Dignioras and dignissimas awarded

Congratulations to the following students who have all been awarded dignioras or dignissimas.

Hannah Smith, Sophia Skenderis and Tasmiah Safat-e-Jannat have received dignioras for Languages.  Mr Jepson comments:  “Hannah, Sophia and Tasmiah delivered an outstanding talk on linguistic imperialism at this year’s first ‘Polyglots’ meeting demonstrating research skills and analysis far beyond their years.”

Tasmiah has also been recommended for a digniora for Classics following her well-researched and highly impressive thirty minute talk on the Ancient Sumerians for the Classics Society in which she included a huge amount of detail and argued some points with clear erudition.

Emily Smith is awarded a digniora for Physics.  Mr Simm remarks: “Emily took on the challenge of producing an imaginative method of teaching electrical circuit theory and designed and produced a superb tactical board game. It accurately reflects the physics concerned and shows an understanding of principles beyond that expected at this stage. Clearly, Emily spent many hours making this game to the highest standard.”

Well done to all recipients of awards this year; a testament to their hard work and commitment to their studies.