The prizes awarded at Awards Ceremonies that are held each term form part of the formal recognition of pupil achievement at Kingswood College. This award was awarded on the 7th of October 2021 at the Academic Awards Ceremony and reflects the results from the 2021 Second Term.
Academic Honours can only be achieved during the examination terms of Grade 11 and 12 and a total of 580 marks (an 83% mark average) must be achieved. This is a phenomenal achievement and we would like to congratulate Rebecca on getting her Honours for Academics.
Rebecca is an extremely diligent pupil whose hard work and dedication to her own academic achievement has been prevalent throughout her time at Kingswood. Her focus and exceptional work ethic are truly commendable.
Rebecca is a pupil that follows an exceptionally rigorous work ethic in her studies. She consistently and proactively seeks to improve on her own learning experiences, pushing herself to excel, whether this be in preparation for a test or any other task she may be engaged in.
As a critical thinker, she shows a rare confidence in opening up additional scenarios where possible, not only to herself, but to her peers. She is always prepared to share her opinions in class discussions, continuing to be an example to her classmates by taking the initiative in any given task. Her sense of wonder and curiosity have helped her to develop a deeply unique perspective on the world. This unique outlook enables her to make interesting and valuable connections between the various subjects she studies. The ability to make these connections is certainly part of what makes her such a remarkable academic. Alongside her astute powers of observation and personal expression, Rebecca approaches her work with the passionate sensitivity that is characteristic of all great artists and creative minds.
Rebecca has developed as an articulate writer with the ability to argue assertively. She will actively seek help where needed, or spend time to fully comprehend the work. This allows her to grasp new concepts and ideas suitably within the various subject spaces.
Having fulfilled the requirements and in acknowledgement of Rebecca’s approach to academics, she is awarded Honours for Academics.