Woodham Prom 2019
Redworth Hall Hotel
Thursday 27th June 2019

For the tenth year Newton Press presented the annual Prom Awards which is organised and presented by Paul Howarth from Newton Press. The sponsors were very generous in supplying the funds to purchase valuable prizes and we thank Honest John, Newton Aycliffe Town Centre Management, Newton News, The Rotary Club of Newton Aycliffe, Planet Leisure, Newton Press, Co-op FuneralCare, County Councillor Eddy Adam, Councillor Paul Howell and County Councillor Kate Hopper.
Special thanks go to Cllr Paul Howell, Rotary President John Bean and Julie Richardson from Co-op Funeralcare for attending and helping with the presentations.
Woodham 2019 Prom Award winners:
Top Sport Student: Lucas Pilling
Top Academic Student: Lucy Kilpatrick
Most Improved Art Student: Emily Dunne
Most Improved Music Student: Morgan Pearson
Most Improved DT Student: Andrew Blair
Achievement through Adversity: Jagoda Socha
Most Improved Science Student: James Imiela
Most Improved Language Student: Bethany Parsley
Most Improved Sport Student: Connor O’Neil
Most Improved Overall Student: Mackenzie Alton
Contribution to the Community Award: Jake Mendelsohn