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JCG Prize Giving 2019

Wednesday 02 October 2019

JCG Prize Giving 2019
‘Don’t try to be like Sue, you are you!’

JCG’s prize giving took place on Friday 13th September and welcomed Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE, Captain of the 2016 Olympic Gold winning GB hockey team. She was capped a record 375 times for her country and was the England and Great Britain Captain for 13 years.  

On Friday morning, Kate worked with JCG’s sportswomen and trained the 1st XI hockey team. JCG’s Head of PE, Zoe Mountford commented:

Kate Richardson-Walsh is definitely a huge role model for women in many aspects of her life. She certainly left me with goosebumps talking about how she reached her goals ... to be knocked back, then get up and strive to be the best version of yourself is a lesson we can all learn from. Don’t let others dictate your dreams, go out and get them for yourself. Kate worked with our 1st XI Hockey team and the students thought it was great. She used and built up some drills that they could take away and use in their own training sessions too. The students will continue to benefit from this experience and hopefully be inspired by Kate’s journey. 

Carl Howarth, Principal, congratulated the College on the achievements of the year and expressed his thanks:

The first thing I want to say is thank you.  Thank you for everything you accomplish, you achieve and especially for everything you are.  I am incredibly proud of all of you.  So many of you refer to JCG as your second family; this is the place where you can be yourself, where you can thrive and where you know you are deeply cared for. The second thing is to celebrate the innovations this past year.  We continue to embrace our failures, build on our successes and strengths and in doing so we realise we can achieve so much more.  

Before presenting the awards for the year, Kate Richardson-Walsh described her journey to success and encouraged students to have a vision, be strong and, above all, to be themselves. She explained what she had learnt in her role as Captain of the Olympic Gold Medal GB Hockey Team, saying that, as she was unsure what to say and do; she had just decided to copy the former Captain and her role model, Sue. When this did not work for her, she realised she could not be Sue; she had to be her authentic self. She urged all present to be themselves and not to try ‘being like Sue’.

Issy, one of JCG’s 1st XI hockey players was grateful for the session:

It was an honour to meet Kate Richardson-Walsh who inspired us with her speech and I was very fortunate to take part in a training session. She’s a great role model for many hockey players and motivates many people to reach their goals.

Prize Winners 2019:

Outstanding progress in Sixth Form Photography Prize

Ailsa Leverington

Gerard Le Feuvre Senior String Prize

Amber Wagg

Nicole Berthelot Cup for Junior French

Amelia Bolla

Drama Department Prize for Tech Club Work

Amelia Bridgeford

Bailey Cup for Junior Breaststroke

Amelia Germain

Junior Roberts' Memorial Prize for History

Amelie Maratier

Alex Picot Prize for outstanding achievement and excellence in GCSE Mathematics

Ankita Sharma

Year 11 Modern Languages Prize

Ankita Sharma

KS4 Science Prize 

Ankita Sharma

Liddell Cup for service to the School

Anna Edelenbos

Karen Coles Cup for Endeavour and Effort in PE

Anna Lewis

Sabey Shield for Drama

Anna Petrie

Hawksford International A2 Psychology award

Annie Thackerey

Carnegie Cup for Progress in Tennis

Antonija Sokic

Geomarine Prize for the best achievement in A2 Product Design

Antonija Sokic

Agathangelou Cup for Badminton

Ashley Donaldson

Coates Cup for Butterfly

Beth Cooper

Moore Stephens Prize for sustained academic effort

Carys Unwin

Prefects Prize

Catherine Unwin

Design/Technology Advanced Level Prize

Charlie Miles

Mary Preston memorial prize (for Geography Coursework)

Charlotte Harris

Angela Stone Cup for Junior English 

Charlotte Rowland

Wickham Cup for Endeavour in Year 9

Charlotte Rowland

KS3 Science Prize 

Charlotte Rowland

Food & Nutrition Junior Prize

Charmaine Chatiza

Lovelace Plate for Computer Studies in KS4

Clara Baines

Conservation Cup 

Daisy McAllister

English Prize for endeavour in 6th Form 

Diya Beejmohun

Junior Religious Studies Prize 

Eildh Bell

Mrs Carter Shield for perseverance

Eleanor Bayford

Bois Cup for Gymnastics

Elisha Stott

Nicola Ross Cup for Senior Breaststroke

Elissa Polak

Senior Backstroke Cup

Elizabeth Woodward

Prefect's Cup for English Essay 

Ellie Harris

Centenary Travel Prize

Elsa Swetenham

SG Hambros Prize for persistence/determination in Maths

Emily Matthews 

Year 9 Modern Languages Prize

Freya Boyd 

Senior Philosophy Prize

Gabriella Magalhaes

JCGA Student Prize

Gabrielle Taylor

Year 13 English Book Prize

Giselle Love

Bertram Cup for most promising actress 

Hannah Esnouf

Barbara Ahier Cup for Domestic Science in Y10

Hannah Read

All round contribution to Music

Hannah Thomas

Viberts Jersey Lawyers Trophy for Endeavour

Harriet Palfreyman

Interactive Data Mathematics Cup 

Heer Ratda

Junior Art Prize for Achievement

Helen Blackstone

Year 11 Geography Award

Honor Daniels 

Morgan Henry Birch-Reynardson Prize for Physical Sciences

Isabelle 

Helie-Merrony

Hassell Cup for Science in Year 7

Isla O'Neill

Collette Augre Cup for Science in Year 12

Jenna Stocks

Monica Becquet Prize for Music

Jess Donoghue

Muffin Prize for endeavour in Chemistry

Jessica Denby

Sara Johns Cup for 6th Form Shakespeare

Jessica Donoghue

McLoughlin Cup for Performing Arts 

Jessica Palfreyman

Caroline Dorey Rose Bowl for Hockey

Jessica Watling

History of Art Prize in Year 13

Josie Savery

Isabel Johnson Salver for best all round contribution to music

Julia Callander

Lola Garvin Cup for Modern Languages

Julia Callander

Alison Christie Cup for Endeavour and Effort in PE

Julia Horsfall

States Silver Medal for French 

Julia Russ

Victoria Robinson Award for Community Service 

Julia Russ

Year 13 Geography Award

Juliette Walton

Senior Roberts' Memorial Prize for History

Juliette Walton

Eunice Le Seelleur Prize for French Essay

Juliette Walton

Mathematics Prize (Junior)

Katie Henman

Henderson Green Design/Technology Senior Prize

Katie White

Rosemary Geller Trophy for PSHE

Kiera Troy

Alex Picot Trust Prize for progress and determination in GCSE Mathematics

Kirsty Ludlam

Sixth Form Photography Prize

Laura Spencer

Lady Biddle Silver Salver for the Most improved swimmer

Liberty Conway

Daphne Coutanche Memorial Trophy for hard work in French

Lily Dobber

Duret-Aubin Prize for best all-rounder in Year 9 

Lily Greig

Sarah Quenault Cup for Netball

Lily Jones

Senior French Prize 

Lily McGarry

Senior Media Studies Prize

Lucy Collings

Joanna Satchell Cup for Religious Studies

Senior Art Prize 

Lucy Lutkin Clarke

Lucy Woodward

Waymouth Cup for Athletics

Lucy Woodward

Music Prize 

Lydia Higginson

Longson Cup for All Round Endeavour 

Madeleine Auffret

Mathematics Prize (Senior) 

Madeleine Auffret

Head of MFL Prize for Best Italian Student

Madeleine Auffret

Honorary French Consul's Prize for Linguistic Excellence in French

Madeleine Auffret

JFSC Award for Excellence

Madeleine Auffret

The University of Winchester Prize for Academic Achievement in the Sixth Form

Madeleine Auffret

Vicki Luff Shield for Drama

Madeleine Byrne

Switch Digital Prize for Computer Science

Martha Lockyer

Ernie Mallet Shield for effort in Music

Mary Wankling

Jill Cartwright Cup for Science 

Megan McDonagh

Charlotte Dubras Cup for Junior Backstroke

Megan Hansford

Determeyer Cup for Junior Freestyle

Megan Hansford

States Gold Medal for  French

Megan Hollyman

Elena Bossy Prize for Inspiration to other students

Megan McDonagh

Textiles Senior Prize 

Mia Dixon

Year 9 Geography School Prize 

Mia Pirouet

Prize for effort in French in Year 11 

Millie King

Amanda Scott Warren Cup for Sixth Form Art

Minna Pemberton

Jane Le Brocq Cup for Year 12 Geography

Molly Webster

Georgina Vinrace Cup for PE

Natasha Forrest

Yvonne Fleming Award for sustained positive attitude

Natasha Forrest

John Grimshaw Music Prize in Upper School

Nikita Handel

Ferguson Cup for Most improved Junior in Tennis

Nina Grossi

Year 10 Modern Languages Prize

Phoebe

Ashton-Barnett

Design/Technology Junior Prize

Phoebe Gray

Textiles Junior Prize 

Rachel Jones

Heather Dupre Cup for Junior Music

Rebecca Arthur

Gruchy Cup for Effort and Achievement in A Level Chemistry

Rebecca Cushing

Diana Birch-Reynardson Prize for Biology

Rebecca Cushing

Joy Thompson Year 13 Prize for Effort and Improvement  

Rosie Gicquel

The Louise Dit Le Miere Award for Global Citizenship

Rosie Nicholls

KS3 History Prize 

Ruby Filleul

Leesa Sherry Cup for progress in Year 8

Sophie Barraclough

Year 8 Geography School Prize

Sophie Barraclough

Gerard Le Feuvre Junior String Prize

Sophie Le Sueur

Craft Prize 

Sophie Robinson

Food & Nutrition Senior Prize

Sophie Robinson

CPA Business Studies Cup

Sophie Walker

Rathbone Prize for Mathematics

Sophie Walker 

Junior Art Prize for Endeavour

Stella Olsson

Alice Nightingale Prize for enthusiasm and commitment to English

Sufia O'Regan

Lady Biddle Gold Medal for Senior Freestyle

Tara Box

Babbage Computing Prize

Yasmin Freeman

JCGA Centenary Award

Zara Le Cornu

Cock House Trophy                                                                                                                                 Curie Fry

Sally Le Brocq Award                                                                                                                               Daisy McAllister

OGA/Bois Award 2018                                                                                                                             Ellen Titherington            

JCGA Scholarship Award 2018                                                                                                                Juliette Walton

Baron De Lancey Award 2018                                                                                                                  Madeleine Auffret

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