Monday, December 7, 2015

NNHS Awards for 2015

NEW Norfolk High School's annual prizegiving assembly last week recognised the efforts of a long list of achievers in all grades. Congratulations to all recipients and to the donors who make the awards possible.

The major award of Dux of the School went to Jessie Ure, while the New Norfolk High School Medal was awarded to Ellie Hayton and Brianna Fenton received the NNHS Caltex Best All-Rounder Medal.

The presentation assembly was held at the Derwent Valley Sport and Recreation Centre on Tuesday night last week.

Bursaries
Claremont College Bursary for a student proceeding to Claremont College: Brianna Fenton
Magra CWA Vocational Bursary for a student proceeding to a VET Course: Chloe Morgan
The Ross Nicholson Tyga FM Commemorative Bursary for Music or Media: Rhiannon Kelly
Central Highlands Council Bursary for a student residing in the Central Highlands, proceeding to Further Education: Melissa Gleeson
Norske Skog Bursaries for students proceeding to College Education in 2016: Buffy-Lee Browning, Ellie Hayton, Chloe Tassell, Ebony Smith
The UTAS Sylvia & Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation Springboard to Higher Education Bursary: Jessie Ure
The UTAS C.H. Miller Custodian Foundation Springboard to Higher Education Bursary: Carly Wright

Grade 10 Subject Prizes
ANZ New Norfolk Award for Achievement in Mathematics: Brianna Fenton
ANZ New Norfolk Award for Achievement in English: Jessie Ure
ANZ New Norfolk for Achievement in Science: Brianna Fenton
Councillor Damian Bester Award for Achievement in History and Geography: Jessie Ure
Derwent Valley Sports and Recreation Centre Award for Achievement in Health and Wellbeing: Melissa Gleeson
Andrew Walter Constructions Award for Achievement in Vocational & Applied Learning - Personal Futures: Ellie Hayton
Edwards Family Award for Achievement in Vocational & Applied Learning - Foods: Carly Wright
Derwent Valley School of Creative Woodwork Award for Achievement in Vocational & Applied Learning - Materials, Design & Technology: Jake Cowen
Taylor Lacey Memorial Award for Achievement in the Arts - Visual Arts:
Jye Wilton and Jessie Ure
New Norfolk High School Award for Achievement in the Arts - Dance: Britney Nelson
Derwent Valley Concert Band Award for Service to the School Concert Band: Ellie Hayton
New Norfolk High School Award for Achievement in the Arts - Music: Rhiannon Kelly
New Norfolk High School Award for Achievement in the Arts - Drama: Jessie Ure
New Norfolk High School Business Enterprise Award: Brittany Figg

Grade 10 Awards
Merit Awards: Mikayla Hawkins, Jacob George, Skyla Despard, Abbey Turner, Taleah Oates, Mayah Oates, Olivia Rainbird
Uniting Church Personal Endeavour and Commitment to Personal Growth Award: Carly Wright
Senator Carol Brown Award for Personal Endeavour: Suzzanne Clarke
Rebecca White MHA  Encouragement Award: Braydon Reardon
Minister for Education and Training - Respectful Student Award: Natasha Winter
Tina and Stephen Rhodes Memorial Trophy for Outstanding Values in Girls Sport - sponsored by Derwent Valley Sports and Recreation Centre: Chloe Tassell
Michael Graham Memorial Trophy for Boys Sport & Sportsmanship: Tyler Heron
F.H. Dixon Bequest for Achievement in Public Speaking: Ellie Hayton
Australian Defence Force Long Tan Leadership & Teamwork Award: Ellie Hayton
David Jefferson Memorial Award for Service to the School Community: Ellie Hayton
Lions Club of New Norfolk Community Service & Citizenship Award: Ebony Smith and Campbell Evans
Eric Hutchinson MHR Lyons Shield for Excellence in Academia, Community Service and School Participation: Melissa Gleeson
Derwent Valley Rotary Club Shield for Citizenship, Service and Fellowship over four years: Ellie Hayton and Brianna Fenton

Grade 9 Awards
Merit Awards: Kimberley Cantwell, Ryan Browning, Britney White, Thomas Booth, Madison Riley, Taylor King, Jack Triffett
David Llewellyn MHA Encouragement Award: Tamika Hall
Guy Barnett MHA Volunteering Award: Emma Browning
The Gazette Award for Achievement in Communications: Cassandra Ringsell
Phil Lake Award for Consistent Effort in Mathematics sponsored by the Mathematical Association of Tasmania: Bryce Duncan
Pat Blackwell Community Service and Citizenship Award: Chloe Wilson
Tasmanian Alkaloids Pty Ltd Award for Exemplary Commitment to the Values of Education: Emma Browning
Derwent Valley Council Award for Outstanding Achievement across the Curriculum: Lydia Browning
Derwent Valley Masonic Lodge Grade 9 Best All Rounder Award: Jye Lester

Grade 8 Awards
Merit Awards: Haylee Farrow, Thomas Rogers, Kaitlen Rainbird, Heather Godfrey, Jayden Wilton, Breanna Sullivan, Ashley Davies, Jeremy Nichols
Carol Foster Award for Improvement in Reading: Drew de Salvo
Lachlan CWA Memorial Encouragement Award: Mitchell George
RSL Award for Improvement and Consistent Effort: Emily Burns
Mark Shelton MHA Award for Upholding the School Values and being a Professional Student: Kirrily Caswell
Williams Mitre 10 Sport and Sportsmanship Award: Nathan Rice
Dazeley Award for Service to the School Community: Nathan McArdle
Rene Hidding MHA Award for Outstanding Achievement across the Curriculum: Ellie Ure
Commonwealth Bank Grade 8 Best All Rounder Award: Alesha Moles

Grade 7 Awards
Merit Awards: Cody Filliponi, Samantha King, Brigette Insley, Brayden Stewart, Joshua Howlett, Kira-Lee Bartlett, Breanna Lowe
Carol Foster Award for Improvement in Reading: Siarne Browning
Lachlan CWA Memorial Encouragement Award: Siarne Browning
RSL Award for Improvement and Consistent Effort: Riley Adams
Hobart Pathology Award for Upholding the School Values and being a Professional Student: Gabrielle Woodham
Craig Farrell MLC Award for Community Service & Citizenship: Nicholas Kaiser
Primary Schools Outstanding Achievement across the Curriculum (Fairview Primary): Jenna Collins
Primary Schools Outstanding Achievement across the Curriculum (Molesworth Primary): Gabrielle Woodham
Primary Schools Outstanding Achievement across the Curriculum (New Norfolk Primary): Kate Duindam
Commonwealth Bank Grade 7 Best All Rounder Award: Nikita Klemke

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