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  1. End of Year Highlights Year 9

  2. Attendance • Every Tutor Group had an average attendance that was above national average. • Six students had 100% attendance (until 16/07) • Beckley, Simi • Duncan, Louis • Elkhawad, Sara • Humphrey Cummings, Delano • Tee, Vicky • Wint, Mikal

  3. Vivos 53824 • Top 5: • Shane Stamp • Christabel Beddoes • Eloise Hunter • Harry Donnelly • DeimanteKaskonaite

  4. Pastoral Program • Target setting: Each module ATT, ACH, EiL, • Current Affairs • Careers Fair with more than 40 professionals from a wide range of professions and careers

  5. Some notable successes • Currently Southwark Cricket Champions :Won match against London Nautical School. • Netball Team played in the South of England Netball Academy : Runner up beat 19 teams. The team was KirstyStober, Tey-ney Moore, Francesca Varcoe, Rosa Tapsell, Daisy Cullen-Close, Eva Betts, Shaniqua Fletcher-Thomas, Rachel Yates, SerenAudley and Fatima Ceesay. • Football Team : Runner up South London Football Cup. • Southwark X Country: Chary Afflick-Straker & Daisy Cullen-Close. • Kent U14 InvictaWaterpolo Team: Robert Simpson, Vice Captain: Took part British Gas National Age Group in March. 2nd the league.

  6. Some notable successes • Trips: Brussels, Beijing, Granada. • Charlotte Leatherbarrow Foundation in May: Collaborated with top Y9 Musicians in Music workshops. • Production Team Tiny Tempah • Session Drummer Lady Gaga • Producer for Rianna • Little Big Band: Brass and Recorder Ensemble performed for The Going for Gold Event 24th June Dulwich Picture Gallery. • 2nd Debate Competition: Michael Schick, Arthur Clayton & Sebastian Elmes, lost only to Y11 students. • 4thLondon Science based Challenge: Queen Mary’s University. • 1st, Southwark Science & Technology Challenge: 11th July 2012. • 4th Regional Final Mathematics Challenge: Played 28 teams. Top scoring non selective school. • Print works Brixton: Felix Ryder, Won Best Handkerchief design, silk screened.