Saltash Sixth Form’s class of 2019 has been back in school to celebrate their individual and collective successes from their time in the Sixth Form. They had the chance to catch up with old friends and staff, collect their A Level certificates, and enjoy a glass of festive cheer.
Head of Sixth Form Adam Killeya paid tribute to the year group as a whole for their many successes, including the biggest ever ‘Love in a Box’ charity collection, the opening of the Sixth Form Café, the school production of Grease, and getting a team into the national final of the Rotary Youth Speaks competition. Mr Killeya said “This was a truly lovely year group. Whilst the evening recognised several particular individual successes it was also there to recognise the achievement of every student. We’re proud of them, we know that their families are proud of them, and we trust that they are proud of themselves”.
The major prize winners were:
Head Students 2018-2019: Michael Wunderle & George Seymour
Warren Memorial Award: Dan Way
Award for Academic Achievement: Harriet Hunt & Lucie Jones
Award for Academic Endeavour: Michael Wunderle & Alfie MacLean
Award for sporting achievement: Jack Pritchard
Charles Pitcher Mathematics Excellence Award: Will Rogers
Scants Award for Grit: Tyler Stapleton
John Buller Awards: Donated by the local Buller Trust to be awarded to post-16 students who have made significant contributions to the wider school community: Tommy Williams, George Seymour, Lucie Jones, Maisie Glazebrook, Kate Randall, Richard Tolman and Harry Pascoe