Roysia School work first class, says mayor
THE MAYOR of Royston, Cllr Paul Grimes, was guest of honour at Roysia School s prize giving ceremony. Cllr Grimes was part of a presentation panel that also included Julie Galvin, head of Year 9 at the Meridian School, and PCSO Alanna Robinson. Cllr Grime
THE MAYOR of Royston, Cllr Paul Grimes, was guest of honour at Roysia School's prize giving ceremony.
Cllr Grimes was part of a presentation panel that also included Julie Galvin, head of Year 9 at the Meridian School, and PCSO Alanna Robinson.
Cllr Grimes said: "I'm really pleased to be here. From what I've seen and read this is a really talented group of children.
"The quality of the work on display has been first class."
Prizes were awarded in all the school subjects, with pupils including Joshua O'Looney and Kirk Chapman scooping multiple awards.
The coveted titles of pupils of the year went to Farah Dabiri and Nicholas Paton.
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Head teacher Peter Fielding said: "It's wonderful to celebrate pupils' achievements in academic subjects as well as other areas of school life.
"This is an exceptional group of young people.