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Pupils' Achievements

Below are some recent examples of what our pupils have achieved.

Academic

  • Sophie Evans (Upper Sixth, South House) received an offer to study at the university’s Gonville and Caius College, where she will read Modern and Medieval Languages. Click to read more
  • Harry Butler (Lower Sixth, West House) was awarded a prestigious two year engineering scholarship from the Arkwright Scholarships Trust. Click to read more
  • James Hughes won the award for best speaker at the Surrey qualifying round of the national Debating Matters competition. Click to read more
  • James Barr (Upper Sixth, North House), Rhianna Miller (Upper Sixth, Haslewood House) and Anna Semple (Upper Sixth, Gloucester House) have been offered conditional places at Cambridge. Click to read more.
  • James Blatcher (Lower Sixth, Montgomery House) and Oscar Pearce (Lower Sixth, East House) were awarded Arkwright Engineering Scholarships, to last for the duration of their Sixth Form. Click to read more.

Music

  • Alexander Semple (Fourth Form, Churchill House) was offered a place in the Junior Department of the Royal College of Music. 
  • William Hey (Upper Sixth, East House) won a music scholarship to study at Royal Holloway College (University of London).
  • Katrina Aird (Upper Sixth, South House), Callum Hawker (Upper Sixth, Churchill House) and William Hey (Upper Sixth, East House) all passed their Grade 8 singing exams with distinction.Click to read more
  • Andrew Terrafranca (Upper Sixth, West House) won a scholarship to study at the Northern College of Music.
  • Anna Semple (Lower Sixth, Gloucester House) won the “Creative” category for her singing in the Mole Valley Youth Showcase Awards. Click to read more.

Careers

  • OJ George Kruis was selected in the England Rugby World Cup squad and the England rugby squad for the Six Nations. Click to read more
  • Murray Hampshire (Upper Sixth, Churchill House) was offered a London-based internship with Accenture, a leading global consultancy firm. Click to read more.
  • James Roberts, one of the School’s Old Johnians (West House, left 2010), won the James Dyson Award, for designing an inflatable incubator for premature babies for use in developing countries. Click to read more.

Sport

  • Alexa Eichelmann (Upper Fifth, South) finished third in the inter girls’ heptathlon at the National Combined Event Final, gaining selection to represent England at the SIAB International competition.  Click to read more
  • The School’s Lower Fifth swimmers - Ben Simpson (West), Tom Stansfield (Monty), Tom Shepherd (Surrey), Edward Reed (Surrey) and Charlie Bennett (East) - were crowned South East of England Champions in the freestyle relay and medley. Click to read more
  • Ellie Grove (Lower Fifth, Gloucester House) won a bronze medal in the individual 300m race and a gold running in England's winning 4x300m relay team at the SIAB Home International Athletics meeting in Glasgow. Click to read more
  • Over Easter, Murray Hampshire (Upper Sixth, Churchill House) and James Cook (Upper Sixth, Surrey House) took part in the RYA 29er Gold Youth National (Sailing) Championships. Out of a fleet of 57 boats, Murray and his partner finished sixth, while James and his partner finished 10th.
  • Ardan Suphi (Fourth Form, East House) achieved the silver medal in the South of England Indoor Rowing Championship. Click to read more
  • In the Surrey Schools' Individual Swimming Championships, Bruce McCormick (Lower Fifth, Montgomery House) came 2nd in the 100m backstroke race, while Matt Thomas (Lower Fifth, Montgomery House) came 3rd in the 100m butterfly. 
  • Will Thomas (Fourth Form, North House) won a Daytona go-kart racing competition at Sandown Park, competing against approximately 100 adults. Click to read more.
  • Chloe Carter (Lower Fifth, Haslewood House) took part in the London Gymnastics GfA (Gymnastics for All) competition. She was crowned regional champion for her age group (13+). Click to read more
  • Abigail Bruce (Fourth Form, Haslewood House) took part in the English Alpine Ski Championships held in Bormio (Italy), winning her age section. Click to read more.