HIGH-flying pupils at Gleed Boys’ School in Spalding received awards at an achievement evening for Key Stage 3.
Parents and friends were among the 200-strong gathering and listened to special guest Rob Nicholls, a former pupil, talking about his work in carnival arts with Spalding Flower Parade and Notting Hill Carnival.
Deputy headteacher Will Scott said: “It was a wonderful evening to celebrate the outstanding achievement of our students.
“Students were nominated by staff in recognition of their hard work, effort and achievement.”
Awards were presented to – Ross Aldridge, Ryan Ambrose, Tambir Amin, Nicky Andrew, Jordan Avery, Joshua Baldwin, David Bastian, Sam Bell, Max Boothby, Lewis Brutnell, Jesse Burley, Luke Cansick, Carlos Costa, Steven Crane, Bradley Cross, Jakub Danielewicz, Alfie Davies, Connor Davies, Charlie Dhanji, Raith Else, Tiago Ferrao, Ivan Freitas, Harry Gensiorskyj, Adam Gregory, Alex Griffin, Adam Groves, Jacob Groves, Owen Halsey, Kieran Harris, Tristan Hayes, John Hodgson, Todd Holland, Lewis Hooper, Jack Howard, Samuel Hughes, Robert Hulley, Callum Jones, Kacper Kazmierczak, Airidas Kutra, Theo Lawless-Hughes, Jonathan Lockie, Jacob Louth, Nathanael Lyford, Anthony Madine, Dariusz Maksay, Kyle Marsh, Ben Mason-Foster, Ben McGurk, Jake Merrill, Jack Merryweather, Macauley Middleton, Steven Milnes, Mateusz Morawski, Jordan Nicholls, Freddie Palmer, Paulo Pintor, Nuno Pires, Marius Pocius, Brandon Ridlington, Year 7 pupil Joshua Roberts, Year 8 pupil Joshua Roberts, Joshua Robinson-Green, Luke Rudd, Daniel Russell, Connor Sanderson, Mateusz Sawala, Jordon Searle, Piotr Siekierzynski, Daniel Smith, Kallum Stokes, Pawel Sudzinski, Alan Sumpton, Daniel Sutton, Lee Taylor, Liam Thirkell, Connor Thrower, Pavel Tomilin, Kacper Trela, Matthew Tucker, Almantas Tverijonas, Lewis Walker, Jake Walters, Jordan White, Adam Williams, Liam Wilson, Curtis Wood and Lukasz Zieba.