On Thursday 12th November, Ryedale School welcomed back its former Year 11 students to celebrate their fantastic achievements at GCSE in the summer.
On first entry, this cohort achieved:
76% 5 A* – C grades including English and maths which placed Ryedale School as one of the highest performing schools in North Yorkshire once again.
35% of every exam paper taken was graded at an A* / A; a tremendous achievement and testimony to the cohorts’ dedication and hard work. Most importantly, students of all abilities achieved success and their individual achievements were recognised on this fantastic evening, attended by students, parents and staff.
The following students were presented with a Subject Award or a Special Award on the evening:
English: Eddy Hughes, Natalie Carroll, Maths: Rory Talling, Science: Elke Morgan, Art: Harry Curtoys, Rebecca Williams, Design Technology: George Jackson, Food Technology: Ava Gillies, Dance: Hannah Woodward, Drama: Alastair Coughlan, French: Alice Powell, German: Natalie Carroll, Foreign Languages: Eddy Hughes, Geography: Hannah Foster-Rain, History: Anne Monk, ICT Dida: Aimee Penley-Martin, Music: Georgina Wardall, Performing Arts: Hannah Woodward and Physical Education: Elke Morgan.
Hair & Beauty Award: Chloe Austin, Alice Garbutt, Rhianna Smith-Gent, Hannah Turner, Kaitlyn Tyson.
The Wrightson Trophy: Eddy Hughes (Student of the Year), The Mike Scott Award: Hannah Woodward (for Supportive Leadership), The Thelma Guy Award: Adam Collyer (for Exceptional Achievement), The Heather Linley Award: Robert Wardle (for Exceptional Progress) and The Michael Foster Award: Robert Harper-Galloway (for Service to School and Community).