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Saturday, 19 April 2014

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Millom Students celebrate success

STAFF, students, parents and guests at Millom School came together to celebrate a year of achievement at the annual presentation ceremony.

Executive headteacher Ian Smith welcomed everyone to the school on Monday evening.

He said: “I am delighted that we are able to celebrate our students’ achievements with colleagues, parents, carers, students and members of the governing body.

“I am also delighted to be able to recognise once again the outstanding achievements of our students.

“I am sure you will agree that the school year 2012-13 has once again been another great year for recognising and celebrating the achievements of our students, both past and present.

“The school’s 2013 examination results reflect the achievements of last year.

“I continue to be very proud of our students, and am sure you will enjoy congratulating them with me this evening.’’

Head of school Simon Laheney added: “Events such as these help us all to take a moment in time to reflect on all that is good within our school community.

“Like Mr Smith, I am immensely proud of all the hard work and effort our students, both past and present, have put into their studies.’’

Comperes for the evening were sixth form senior student Jack Pattinson and Clare Steele and Skye Mitchell, both year 10 students.

The awards ceremony included musical interludes, with performances from Ethan Bickerdike and Georgina Evans with a traditional Welsh folk song Dacw Nghariad, and the Minor Details singing group performing a version of I’m On My Way.

There was also a video presentation of the 2013 GCSE results day, followed by the presentation of awards and a talk from guest speaker Marcus Orlovsky, of Bryanston Square Enhanced Learning.

Following a vote of thanks from senior students Jack Pattinson, Anna Morgan, Adam Sim and Clare Jackson the After School of Rock band closed proceedings with rousing versions of Little Talks by Of Monsters and Men and Fast Car by Tracey Chapman.

Speaking at the end of the evening Mr Smith commented: “I am immensely proud of all the students, and to celebrate their achievements of the past academic year has been a privilege.”

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