A spokesperson said: "Well done to all our award winners, with special mention for our Dux, Jade McPhail, and Proxime Accessit
, Kayleigh McLean, and to our former School Captains, who were awarded the Provost Cup for their outstanding contribution to our school community."
Proxime Accessit - A Level Programme (Runner-up to Dux Scholarum): Ingrid Bahnemann.
Proxime Accessit - IB Programme (Runner-up to Dux Scholarum): Lana Ladki.
The award winners were: Erin Deans, Jane Elliot Award; Cheara Hendry, The Gleniffer High School Award; Adam Salisbury, Marilyn Stirling Award for outstanding contribution to the school band; Rachel Campbell, Marilyn Stirling Award for outstanding contribution to school concerts; Esther Crocket, Alison Johnston Award for excellence in home economics; Keiran Attwater, Ruth Carroll Memorial for citizenship; Heather Moriarty, Proxime Accessit
; Rebecca Richard, Dux; Cameron Cochrane, D Jack Award; Jessica Fraser, Excellence in Music; Robbie Campbell, head boy and Ciara Phillips, head girl.
Feargus was named dux, Rachael took the proxime accessit
award and Michael had top prelim results.
A proxime accessit
award of 250 [pounds sterling] may also be made.
The Dux Scholarum - A Level Programme Outstanding Student of the Year went to Natalie Myatt, while the Proxime Accessit
- A Level Programme (Runner-up to Dux Scholarum) was given to Ishaan Mittal.
Sebastian Walsh (University of Durham) 'Most trusty and beloved': Friendship, trust and experience in the exercise of informal power within the early Elizabethan polity--the case of Sir Nicholas Throckmorton.
The Gladstone History Book prize for 2000 (for a first time author, on a non-British subject) was awarded to Matthew Innes for State and Society in the Middle Ages: The Middle Rhine Valley 400-1000 (Cambridge UP), a work on social and political relationships in a region where unusually rich documentary evidence is available; proxime accessit
was Rebecca Spang's The Invention of the Restaurant (Harvard UP), which finds the origins of the institution in the health fads of eighteenth-century France.
was Austerity in Britain: Rationing, Controls, and Consumption 1939-1955 (Oxford UP) by Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska who until recently taught at Aberystwyth but is now based at the University of Illinois, Chicago).
Andy Wood's The Politics of Social Conflict: The Peak Country, 1520-1770 (Cambridge UP) was the proxime accessit