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Presentation Evening at The Maltings

Posted on: January 16th 2018

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It was lovely to welcome so many former students to the Alton Maltings for last year’s Presentation Evening and to hear about their current studies and ambitions for the future.  Our thanks to the Amery Hill Association for kindly providing the  refreshments for the evening and for donating all the Award Prizes. Ms Keen introduced students who were presented with their certificates and special Subject Achievement Awards were introduced by Heads of Department. Effort, contribution and achievement were celebrated throughout the evening.

A massive thank you to everyone who supported the event, including those who donated to the retiring collection. A fabulous £197.85 was raised for ‘Make a Wish Foundation’, a charity this year group have supported throughout their time at Amery Hill School.  We look forward to hearing about this year groups’ progress in future years and wish them every success.




 Rebecca Gordon

 D & T: Electronics & Control Systems

Kyle Barber

 D & T: Resistant Materials

Phoebe Neville

 D & T: Food Technology

Gemma Elliott


Jamie Walker


Dylan Brown & Eliza Gange


Gemma Elliott


Ed King


Monty Moran


Jo Pasfield

 Additional Maths

Monty Moran


Freya Cannings

 Media Studies

Alisha Frost

 Creative Digital Media Production

Ben Walker

 MFL: French

Lucy Bayliss

 MFL: German

Alf Hamer

 MFL: Spanish

Siriol Whomsley


Charlie Bray


Paloma Sims

 Religious Studies

Asher Smart

 Science: Biology

Giles Hartley

 Science: Chemistry

Molly Bennett

 Science: Physics

Francesco Tesolin

 Health & Social Care

Bria Ferne

 Outstanding Attendance

Megan Ameer-Beg & Katrina Cave

 Head Girl

Lucy Bayliss

 Head Boy

Giles Hartley

 Progress Leader Prize

Shannon Bulbeck

 Governors' Prize

Dylan Brown



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