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Albie Roberts Year 11 Character Award Albie is an excellent example of someone who consistently displays College virtues. Through his involvement in drama productions, choir, Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award and rugby, Albie has encouraged others to be involved and follow their passions. He has been an outstanding ambassador for the school on several occasions and has clearly displayed character strengths of honesty, leadership, teamwork and humility in the way he interacts with others.

Thomas Currie Year 13 Character Award

has attained a high level of success in volleyball and football, and on stage in major productions and Big Band performances. Matthew demonstrates the idea of Each boy at his best while, at the same time, being personable, well-respected by his peers, modest, self-directed and independent.

Thomas has shown great character through his honesty and integrity. He has provided exceptional service to Rolleston House and the Environment Committee, and his willingness to help others is notable. Thomas can be relied on to make good choices in any circumstance and he has a clear sense of right and wrong. He is always the person who stays until the end to make sure everything gets tidied up and he ensures no one person is left with all the work. He cares for others and has had a clear moral compass throughout his time at College. Spencer Smith Year 13 Character Award Spencer is an exceptional role model to those around him. Whether it be in the classroom, around the House, on the football field or in his role as a school leader, Spencer reflects the attributes of our College Graduate profile. He has gone above and beyond in his commitment to supporting various service initiatives, with many charities benefitting from his efforts. Spencer’s top character strengths of prudence, forgiveness, judgement and love are clearly reflected in the way he connects with others and goes about College life. His humble nature and commitment to others through service has made him well-respected by his peers and staff alike. Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award is a programme for those aged 14–25. It challenges participants across a wide range of skills and tasks. The Gold Award is a very fine achievement and proof of years of dedication and commitment.

Otto Elworthy Year 12 Character Award

Otto has had to overcome a variety of challenges in his College journey so far, but has always done so with a cheerful, positive and kind demeanour. He always strives to do his best, and his strengths of creativity, social intelligence and gratitude shine through in all that he does. Otto is heavily involved in the arts, and is always willing to help younger students. He has displayed good leadership qualities and acts as a positive role model for those around him. Otto consistently displays and upholds College virtues.

Matthew Brett Year 12 Character Award

Matthew has consistently displayed his character strengths of leadership, social intelligence and gratitude in the way he interacts with others. He has made the most of his opportunities by immersing himself in a wide range of activities, with an unfailingly positive attitude. Matthew

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