Sixth formers are praised at prize-giving for hard work

Senior Presentation Evening at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd.'Winner of the Sunderland trophy Hannah Godden with Max Sunderland.

Senior Presentation Evening at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd.'Winner of the Sunderland trophy Hannah Godden with Max Sunderland.

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CALDER High School rewarded the hard work of pupils at its Senior Presentation Evening.

The prizes were handed out by assistant headteacher Michael Howard.

Senior Presentation Evening at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd.'Claire Kneeshaw, is presented with the Harold Crabtree memorial prize for work in the community by the mayor of Calderdale councillor Nader Fekri and director of post 16 learning Michael Howard.

Senior Presentation Evening at Calder High School, Mytholmroyd.'Claire Kneeshaw, is presented with the Harold Crabtree memorial prize for work in the community by the mayor of Calderdale councillor Nader Fekri and director of post 16 learning Michael Howard.

Mayor of Calderdale Nader Fekri also attended the ceremony at the school’s Ted Hughes Theatre.

The hardworking winners were: The Hebden Bridge and District Round Table Trophy and The Kenneth Kaberry Award: Nia Jackson-Owens; The Hebden Bridge and District Ladies Circle Trophy and The Fred Barker Award: Shamaila Mumtaz; The Crossley Service Trophy: Max Corcos; The Rotary Service Trophy: Elizabeth Bradley; The Sunderland Trophy: Hannah Godden; The Dr Martyn Pickles Trophy for Outstanding Sporting Achievement: Jenny Sharphouse; The Harold Crabtree Memorial Prize for Work in the Community: Claire Kneeshaw; The Arnie Woods Memorial Prize: Mateen Anwar; The Patrick Munsie Memorial Prize: Tom Leadbetter; The Sweet & Maxwell Enterprise Award: Victoria Fisher; The Sir Bernard Ingham Prize for Creative Writing: Patrick Boyle; The Old Students’ Prize for English Language: Annie Faulds; The Old Students’ Prize for English Literature: Rhiannon Beach; The Media Prize: Jack Hutchinson-Walsh; The Barclays Maths Prize: Rowan Carter; The Old Students’ Prize for Further Maths: Matthew Wright; Science Prizes went to Mary Emberton, Angharad Scarf and Matthew Wright; Technology prizes were awarded to Daniel Fielder, Callum Brown, Stuart Brown, Nicola Walker and Catherine Barker; The George Harnett Prize for Information Technology: Mariam Jabeen; The Business Prize: Juliet Rimer; The Cresswell-Leicester Prize for Geography: Rhiannon Beach; The Old Students’ Prize for Geology: Julia Hill; The Old Students’ Prize for Economics: Cormac O’Neill; The Tomlinson History Prize: Cormac O’Neill; The Travel and Tourism Prize: Laura Foulds; The John Sills Prize for Psychology: Annie Faulds; The Ian Adam Prize for Sociology: Reuben Shapland; The Old Students’ Prize for Religious Studies: Adam Lacey; The Old Students’ Prize for French: Hannah Conway; The Old Students’ Prize for Spanish: Emily Glover; Expressive Arts Prizes went to Jack Hutchinson-Walsh, Talia Gianotti and George Ward; The Astin Prize for Sport & Physical Education: Kyle Brooks.