End of Year Awards
Departments have been rewarding their students for hard-work, effort and dedication as well as academic success. Art, maths, science, French, geography, history, drama/dance, business studies and food gave out awards together with some of our yearly awards.
A number of students attained a number of awards in the UK Mathematical Trust challenge.
Matthew Risso - Gold
Mireille Hook - Silver
Dominic Ody - Silver
Max Wright - Bronze
Gabriella Tsagatakis - Bronze
Quentin McGlashan - Bronze
Additionally, Salvador Zibilm was awarded the Jenise Payas award for maths. This is awarded to the pupil who has progressed the most in mathematics.
The History Department run the Friends of Gibraltar Heritage Award for pupils in Year 7. They entered projects about the Jubilee and the Falkland's War which saw it's 40th anniversary this year.
- Ryan Requena and David Molina
- William Felice and Stephan Fortunato
- Lea Tryb, Eve Gomez and Seline Bisset
- Joscelyn Savignon Watson
- Aisha Sahajwani and Arianne Gianani
The Alistair Beanland Award for the best geographer in Year 8 was awarded to Viraj Nagrani.
The science department gave an award to a member of each class in Key Stage 3. They rewarded a number of things: effort, attainment, improvement and dedication.
Modern Foreign Languages (French)
The MFL department awarded their prizes for this last term:
Year 7: Jack Balban & Arianna Gianani
Year 8: Giuliana Pitaluga
Year 9: Craig Taylor
Quentin McGlashan from year 10 was awarded a prize for his entrepreneurial skills.
Nathan Villaba from year 11 was given a special award for his incredible contribution to both drama and dance at Bayside. Nathan is an incredible dancer and he has helped the school promote the subject amongst our male students. He has been an incredible role model for all our younger students. Well done!
Our food department completed their Masterchef wall and have displayed images of all these years winners! Well done!
Lee Figueras Award
Lee Figueras was a Bayside student who died in 1995 in a motorcycle accident. He is remembered as being an incredibly pleasant student who wanted to do well and always tried his best. He found academic studies difficult but he always tried his best. His English teacher Mary Chiappe never forgot him and she started this award in his memory. It is awarded each year to a student who has overcome diversity to succeed in education. Success is not measured in academic grades but in effort and determination.
This year the award was shared and awarded to Aiman Lamroussi and Adam Temsamani both in year 12.
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