St Paul's Award Winners 2017
Pictured here are our award winners for this year. The children are nominated for the awards by all school staff. The winners this year are:
The Tait Award was donated by the Tait family in memory of Jim. The award is to recognise sustained effort and willingness to take part in all aspects of school life. This year’s winner is Theo Linton - Year 3.
The Kilvington Award is in memory of Mrs Marian Kilvington, a former Deputy
The Gallagher award is in memory of Mr Joe Gallagher, the first Deputy Head Teacher at the school. He had a keen interest in sport and this award recognises sporting qualities including sportsmanship and willingness to support and encourage others. This year’s winner is Millie Haswell - Year 5.
Mason Family Award
The Mason Family Award is to recognise good citizenship. It acknowledges children who display qualities including kindness and consideration. The winners this year are Jacob Harris in KS1 and Madelaine Rayment in KS2.
The Light of St. Paul
Mrs Connelly donated this award to the school to recognise children who overcome challenges and continue to embrace the values of the school. This year's winner is Gracie Wilson from Year 4.
The Spirit of St. Paul’s
The Spirit of St. Paul’s was donated by Ian Richardson to recognise a pupil who models the school mission statement in their daily lives. The winner this year is Clemency Crawshaw from Year 6.