The Tony Russell Award

Tony Russell was Deputy Head here for 21 years, from 1966 until 1987 when he retired. Unfortunately, he died during the summer holidays immediately after leaving school. His wife, Dot Russell, who also worked here as a secretary, set up this award as a way of remembering Tony. The Awards are presented annually to one student from each year group for exceptional achievement. Please note that this is not just for those students who have sat in class and not been a problem, but for anyone who has achieved over and above their call of duty or ability in any field. These achievements can be related to a number of areas, such as: Service to the College, academic excellence/effort/progress, sport, music, drama, etc. Whilst it is intended that recognition primarily be given to achievement within the college, efforts outside the college, such as service to the community, are also considered. Nominations for the award can come from all sections of the college including students, staff and parents. Nominations can be given to form tutors or subject staff who would then pass them to the appropriate Head of Year. The Head of Year then draws up a short list of students for consideration with a short report, indicating the areas of achievement. The recipients of the awards are decided by Mrs Russell.

Tony Russell Award Winners 2017

Year 7        Cameron Matthews
Year 8        Amelia Bowerman
Year 9        Jasmine Batson
Year 10      Hannah McCarthy
Year 11       Jake Burton
Year 12      Will Bellingham
Year 13      Aaron Davies

Tony Russell Award Winners 2016
Year 7        Rachel Sparrow
Year 8        Maezie Lane
Year 9        Theo Hamilton
Year 10      Louisa Dollimore
Year 11      Charlotte Burt
Year 12      Lauren Smith
Year 13      James Jenkins
Tony Russell Award Winners 2015 Tony Russell Award Winners 2014


 Paul Delderfield Award

This award is presented annually to one student who has continued with College life in the face of adversity.

Paul Delderfield Award Winner 2017 – Celia Allison

2016 – Phoebe Evans

Gill Holtham Award

This award is presented annually to one student who has shown the determination to work hard at changing their attitude to become hard working and committed.

Gill Holtham Award Winner 2017 – Thomas Taylor

2016 – Ellie Lockhart