Night of awards for college students
Exmouth Community College has honoured its post-16 students with an awards evening.
More than 60 students were rewarded for their effort and attainment in subject areas - and four special awards were also handed out.
Kelly Fishpool won the Exmouth Raleigh Rotary Club Millennium Award, Emily Kelly won the Paul Wood Memorial Salver, Elena Holmes won the Sir Peter Emery Cup, and Rosie Wilson won the Jim Walker Prize for Contribution to Drama.
The evening also saw an appearance from former college student Danielle Parks, who gave an address and presented the awards.
Assistant principal for post-16 Simon Tanner said: “Our guest Danielle Parks - who left in 2005 - gave an inspirational speech, detailing the amazing things she has done with her life, thanks to the great use she has made of the opportunities and support she enjoyed with us.
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“It was a relaxed night of music and laughter, which left me full of pride at what individuals are capable of achieving in this comprehensive sixth form.”
The full list of award winners was as follows: Benjamin Askew, Governor’s Award for Attainment and Attainment in Computing; Samantha Austin, Attainment in Travel and Tourism (National); Marcus Barnett, Attainment in Physical Education; Sean Blyth, Effort in Mathematics;
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Ross Bright, Attainment in Photography; Rebekah Brooks, Attainment in French and Spanish; Kim Burden, Effort in Travel and Tourism; Sophie Burns, Effort in Chemistry; Lucinda Burt, Effort in Computing; Kelly Caplin, Attainment in Art and Design; Ingrid Cawse, Attainment in Art (BTEC) and Effort in Photography; Jo-Anna Clay, Effort in Psychology; Sarah Coates, Governor’s Award for Attainment and Effort in Textiles; Jessica Collinson, Effort in English Literature; Emily Coppin-Harris, Governor’s Award for Attainment and Attainment in Textiles; Philip Daniell, Effort in Media Studies (National Diploma); Lewis Davison, Effort in Business Studies; Laura Drake, Attainment in Film Studies; Laura England, Effort in Applied Science and Attainment in Travel and Tourism; Mikyla Ferguson, Attainment in Health and Social Care; Kelly Fishpool, Exmouth Raleigh Rotary Club Millennium Award; Bethany Foxon, Attainment in English Language (Fast Track); Jade Furmston, Effort in Biology; Rebecca Gaite, Attainment in Art (BTEC); Daisy Girvin, Head of Year Award and Attainment in Sociology; Mark Green, Governor’s Award for Attainment and Attainment in Physics; Graham Hall, Attainment in Philosophy and Ethics; George Hester, Attainment in Graphic Products; Kimberley Hines, Effort in Childcare Learning and Development BTEC; Daisie Hockings, Attainment in Theatre Studies; Elena Holmes, Sir Peter Emery Cup and Attainment in English Literature and Geography; Natasha Holt, Effort in Sport (BTEC First Diploma); Alex Horlock, Governor’s Award for Attainment and Attainment in Mathematics; Ellis Jephtha, Attainment in Art and Design; Ben Jones, Effort in Geography; Rosa Joyce, Effort in French and Attainment in Psychology; Amy Keast, Effort in Classical Civilisation; Emily Kelly, Paul Wood Memorial Salver for Service to the College; Jack Kidson, Attainment in Sport (BTEC); Jack Kitchen, Attainment in Art and Design; Sophie Leckie, Effort in Childcare Learning and Development; Michaela Lewis, Effort in Human Biology; Zoe Mack, Attainment in Art and Design and Effort in Music; Kelly Matthews, Effort in Law; Laurel Mayne, Effort in English Language; Samantha Mills, Effort in Dance; Jerome Newman, Effort in Art and Design; Harry Noel-Smith, Effort in Media Studies and Physical Education; Annabelle Parkman, Attainment in Applied Science; Lewis Phillips, Attainment in Art and Design and Effort in ICT; Lara Pinder-White, Attainment in Dance; Rebecca Rankin, Governor’s Award for Effort; Dean Rawlings, Effort in Sport (BTEC); Daniel Reynolds, Attainment in Human Biology; Nicholas Rose, Effort in Economics; Kimberley Sansom, Attainment in English Language; Luke Saxton, Effort in Music Technology; Amanda Stewart, Attainment in Childcare Learning and Development; Henry Strickland, Attainment in Business Studies; Joshua Sweet, Attainment in History and Effort in Sociology; Chloe Symons, Effort in Philosophy and Ethics; Shani Voisey, Effort in History; Esther Waistell, Governor’s Award for Effort and Effort in French and Attainment in Music and Spanish; Liam Wardle, Effort in Leisure Studies; Louise Whetnall, Effort in Art (BTEC); Eleanor Williams, Effort in English Language (Fast Track); Rosie Williams, Governor’s Award for Attainment and Attainment in Biology and Chemistry; Sara Williams, Attainment in Food Technology; Shona Wills, Effort in Theatre Studies; Aimee Wilson, Attainment in Childcare Learning and Development; Rosie Wilson, Jim Walker Prize for Contribution to Drama; Ben Wiltshire, Attainment in Media Studies (National Diploma); Antony Wood, Governor’s Award for Effort and Attainment in Law; Thomas Woodley, Attainment in Music Technology; William Youd, Head of Key Stage Award and Effort in Physics; Oliver Ziegler, Attainment in Economics.