Trophies for young achievers from Cordeaux School in Louth
ACADEMIC and personal achievements were celebrated at a school's annual prize-giving ceremony.
Cordeaux School, in Louth, held its prize-giving at St James's Church in the town as pupils were honoured for their achievements in front of parents and invited guests.
It was the final prize-giving ceremony as a local authority- controlled school as Cordeaux will become an academy with the Academies Enterprise Trust from January.
The guest of honour was Richard Askam, managing director of Intervino, a Louth-based personalised wine and gift company, who has supported the school's enterprise days.
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Students Joe Regan and Maisie Adlard gave musical performances between the presentation of awards.
Awards were given to lower and upper school pupils for subject achievements as well as progress.
A number of special awards were also given.
The special award winners were: Pam Darby trophy for progress through perseverance – Ryan Wrisdale; Best Practical Performer at Riseholme College – Ryan Wrisdale; Taylor Trophy for success through diligence – Robin Champ; Football: The Linpac trophy – Rosie Barker; Rugby: The Tony Chambers trophy – Liam McIntyre-Williams; Sports Personality trophy – Denholm Puddy-Buxton; Louth and District Business and Professional Women's award – Hazel Lee; C N Frank Trophy for Service – Abigail Beaney; D S Smith Community and Environment award – George Johnstone; John Filer dedicated reader award – Robin Champ; GRS Trophy for contribution to school life – 6th Form Ben Foxwell and Sarah Jeffs; Salkeld Trophy for achievement – Niall Parrish; The Romaine Award – Global Outlook – Team Uganda; Allegro Appassionato Music Award – Joe Regan; Young leaders – Matthew Mansey and Tom Law; Head teacher's trophy – Girls – Saskia Wilbourne-Davy; Head teacher's trophy – Boys – James Heron and the GRS Head teacher's Trophy – Jessica Wilson.