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Students at County Upper School in Bury St Edmunds end year on a high with prize giving




Students at County Upper School, in Bury St Edmunds, were beaming on Wednesday after being recognised at the school’s prize-giving.

Students across all year groups were awarded with prizes reflecting the school’s three main priorities –achievement in the classroom, extra curricular success and giving back to the community.

This year’s Martlet Award winner – who is selected by staff and students for their efforts across all three areas – was Year 13 student Tim Hill.

BURY: County Upper prize giving.County Upper School, Beetons Way, Bury St Edmunds, Bury Saint Edmunds.Annual whole school prize giving at County Upper. Vicky Neale - headteacher Picture by Mark Westley. (14257450)
BURY: County Upper prize giving.County Upper School, Beetons Way, Bury St Edmunds, Bury Saint Edmunds.Annual whole school prize giving at County Upper. Vicky Neale - headteacher Picture by Mark Westley. (14257450)

Academic prizes were also given out to students in Years 9, 10 and 12 for each individual subject and tutor group, while those with 100 per cent attendance were also rewarded.

Nine Year 13 students received prizes for having 100 per cent attendance across all five years.

Headteacher Vicky Neale said: “This is a whole school assembly with live music and it’s quite a good way to finish the school year.

“It’s important for the school to celebrate all that our students have achieved over the last 12 months. They should be very proud.”



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