Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College celebrated the overall academic success of its students from both sites last week.
This year, former student Ross Carrick (now a Lincs FM Radio Presenter), presented most of the awards at the ceremony, and Louth Leader editor Paul Fisher presented the Sports Day Trophy (pictured above, with winners Amy Hennessy and Natasha Burrows).
There were two awards presented for each subject, one for attainment and one for effort, across all Key Stage levels.
Special awards were also presented to surprised students. Congratulations to Natalie Stainton and Frazer Knowles (The Darren Thornley Award for Outstanding Physical Education), Emily Templeton (The Britton Merlin Trophy for Outstanding Effort), Riley Hall (Best All Rounder at Key Stage 3 ), Danielle Jones (Principal’s Award for KS4), and George Croft (The Jane Owen Award for Endeavour and Commitment to Work).
Rhianna Jeffrey was a student at College who tragically lost her fight for life a few years ago, and her award - dedicated to those who support fellow students - was deservedly awarded to Danielle Heaven, a very caring Y12 student who acts as everyone’s rock.
The Mary Miller Award for ‘Shining Through’ was gratefully received by Amy Yapp, and the College Council Trophy, dedicated to Ryan Davie – a popular student who tragically died last year - was awarded to Frazer Knowles who has worked tirelessly to help others both in college and out.
Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College thanks all the local businesses for their continued support and generous donations.