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for their hard work and dedication to life both inside and outside of the classroom. These boys are recognised here again for their outstanding efforts. Senior Prize-giving winners Zach Adams Prize for Media Studies Wilbur Cameron Tom Cooper Prize for Public Speaking Finn Melhuish Prize for Materials Technology Lewis Whiteside Tancred Prize for History Nicholas Wilson Prize for Design & Visual Communication Gabriel Gallaway Golden Boot Trophy for most goals in the Football season Nicholas Gibb Hare Memorial Prize for 1st XI Bowling Isaac Heap Major Rattray Prize for Debating, Michael O’Brien Prize for Literature, Tancred Prize for Literature, Neave Memorial Prize for Classical Studies, Prize for Art History, Prize for Economics Oliver Jones Cathedral Grammar Cup for Singing, Stage Door Cup for Service to Drama, The Somes Prize for Outstanding Overall Contribution to the Arts and General Scholarship Henry King Senior Cup for Coxswain of the Year, Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award Callum Summerfield Hobb’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Rugby, Prize for Sports Leadership Benjamin Ward Prize for Design, The Head Prefect's Prize and The Ormsby Memorial Medal Hugo Wynn Thomas Balfour Prize for Deputy Head of Choir

cause, ensuring that all year groups were well-trained ahead of the day. Year 10 student Rico Lemalie, and Year 11 students Freddie Coates and PJ Palamo also provided invaluable experience and guidance for the House. One very pleasing aspect of the lead-up period was the respect the seniors gave to these younger students, and their willingness to allow themselves to be led by juniors. Although Harper did not take out the occasion, we did finish 3rd in a very strong field, and the togetherness and camaraderie behind the scenes was the real victory. This was the last true opportunity for the House to get together before the senior students left for exams, and it was great to end on such a positive note. When reflecting on 2022 in Harper House, one of the main memories

that will stand is the positivity and enthusiasm the boys have brought every week. Led by Gabriel Gallaway as Head of House, Harper is a place where all are made to feel welcome and at home, and space is provided for them to be themselves. It is a testament to the nature of the boys in the House that this enviroment is created, and as Housemaster I look forward to seeing this continue to grow in the coming years. Dr Neil de Joux Housemaster, Harper House INDIVIDUAL PRIZE- WINNERS As usual, Harper had a large number of individuals awarded prizes throughout the year as a reward


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