Canon John Clark celebrated the Mass, with a strong message to students to serve and to embrace life and its many challenges, as they leave the Sixth Form and venture into the world of university, apprenticeships and work! The Sixth Form choir, sang beautifully during the Mass- which was a wonderful compliment to the service.
The Mass was followed by Prize Giving, with an Award for Achievement and an Award for Progress for students in each subject. Ms Waters presented the Special Award for Serviam to Hannah B (bottom, left, on the left) and for Academic Excellence to Sarah E (above, left, on the right).
Each student was presented with a Leavers’ Gift and the celebration and awards were followed by a champagne and canapé reception at the Ursuline Sixth Form Centre, for staff, students and their families.
We wish our Year 13 students the very best of luck in their future endeavours!
Year 13 Awards
|AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
|This student has demonstrated academic excellence over the course of the year in all 3 of her subjects. She is predicted to achieve 3 A* grades in History, Psychology and Sociology and she has consistently achieved A* grades in both sets of Year 13 mocks as well as other key assessments across the board. Her work ethic is exemplary and her attitude to learning exceptional. She has displayed resilience and determination throughout the course of her studies and there is little doubt that her potential will continue to flourish as she moves on to university.
|This student's contributions to life inside and outside of school are truly remarkable. She epitomises the school's core values of kindness, respect, generosity and lives out Serviam in all that she does. Throughout her time in the Sixth form, she has readily offered to help out at a variety of school events and has mentored students in the lower years, generously giving of her time to meet with them weekly and discuss their anxieties. She also gave up a lot of time each week working with students who had a range of disabilities at the Perseid School. Outside of school, the list of volunteer opportunities she has undertaken include being a dining companion at Kingston Hospital where she feeds patients in the trauma and orthopaedic ward, often working with patients who have dementia. She also volunteered at Deen City Farm for 5 years, helping with the animals and helping new volunteers settle in. In between her revision, this student ran a marathon in April, raising over £700 for Chestnut Tree House Hospice, where her cousin spent only one day before he sadly passed away.
|BTEC Level 3 Diploma APPLIED SCIENCE
|Nicole Garcia Marin
|BTEC Level 3 Diploma BUSINESS STUDIES
|AS EXTENDED PROJECT QUALIFICATION
|GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
|HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE SINGLE
|HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE DOUBLE
|Level 3 Extended certificate IT
|Jesley Faye Fantolgo
|(WIMBLEDON COLLEGE SUBJECTS)
Jessica Lloyd- Nwosu