Marshland High School held its annual prize-giving presentation on Thursday where students were recognised for their excellence and progress in many subjects.
The prizes, awards and certificates were presented by Mark Lewis, former deputy headteacher at the West Walton School from 2008 to 2012, who is the principal of The Thomas Alleyne Academy in Stevenage.
Among the guests was the Mayor of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, Cllr Elizabeth Watson, and the Mayor of Wisbech, Cllr Samantha Hoy and her consort, James Barker.
Headteacher Liz Dormor congratulated the students on attaining the school’s best ever GCSE results.
As well as the GCSE certificates, special prizes were awarded to Jasmin Towler, who was the highest attaining student and she received the Governors’ Cup for Achievement and Hannah Rand, who received the Mayor’s Award for Achievement. The Service to Community Cup went to Georgina Foxcroft.
James Lawty and Chloe Knowles, Year 11 students, proposed and seconded a vote of thanks to the speaker.