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On Tuesday 9 July, Marling School held a ‘Black Tie Achievement Gala’ to celebrate the efforts and achievements of Key Stage 3 students. The event was hosted by Mr Balster (Head of KS3), and all the nominees attending would receive an award. However until the night the students did not know which award they had won. The event started with a reception in the school quadrangle which had been organised by Mrs Small from the support staff.
Throughout the evening there were inspirational speeches from elder students, Year 11’s Rhos Hawes and Tom Vickery, Year 12’s George Isles, George Siddons, Joss Barton and Year 13’s Jon Nichols and Joe Marshall. They also presented the certificates to the student winners. There was entertainment provided by students of the school. Dan Harding played the violin; Nick Gillard the Piano and Sam Reed sang in Italian and had the audience clapping along. Actors from 7E performed “The Mutant Cat” the winning entry of the first inter house drama competition.
The best part about the ceremony was the secrecy and anticipation of which award you would receive. You are completely clueless and it makes you appreciate all the things that you have done well in the academic year.
Listening to the speeches from elder students was a really positive way to show how their hard work and
commitment during their time at Marling School had paid off. It made you feel proud to be part of such a good school, with teachers that really care about our self-esteem and Education.

Archie Reed, 8F


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