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News: New High Pave­ment awards recog­nise stu­dent success

Student of the Term awards
Student of the Term awards

High Pavement Sixth Form has introduced a new ‘Student of the Term’ awards scheme. The termly awards aim to recognise progression, hard work and the achievements of first year and second year A Level students.

Lec­tur­ers nom­i­nat­ed one stu­dent, per year group, for each sub­ject, and mem­bers of our High Pave­ment Soci­ety were giv­en the very dif­fi­cult task of choos­ing four stu­dents (per year group) from a pos­si­ble 25 sub­ject areas. 

The eight win­ners were joined by their friends and fam­i­ly for the awards event on the 1st Feb­ru­ary. Each stu­dent was pre­sent­ed with a spe­cial High Pave­ment pin badge and cer­tifi­cate by the Pres­i­dent of the High Pave­ment Soci­ety, Ken Kirk. 

Year one stu­dent, Paige Roe, was nom­i­nat­ed by her PE lec­tur­er for 100% atten­dance and punc­tu­al­i­ty, her excel­lent assess­ment grades and self-motivation. 

Paige

I believe these awards are a valu­able oppor­tu­ni­ty to gain an even fur­ther pas­sion for our A Lev­el sub­jects, and as a sportsper­son myself, I appre­ci­ate com­pe­ti­tion can be an amaz­ing form of moti­va­tion. The awards are great to add to our per­son­al state­ments and even CVs going forward. 

Know­ing that our teach­ers recog­nise our abil­i­ties on an indi­vid­ual lev­el is very fulfilling. 

 — Paige

Ken Kirk com­ment­ed: We were delight­ed to be asked to be on the selec­tion com­mit­tee for these awards. In a sense, we rep­re­sent the roots of the Col­lege, which go back well over 200 years, and yet they still stand. We’re very proud of our his­to­ry, and it’s an hon­our for us to share the mem­o­ries, tra­di­tions and val­ues of the old High Pave­ment School with cur­rent stu­dents at the College.”

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  • 16th February 2022 (2:58 PM)
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