Jul 15 2008 by Our Correspondent, Perthshire Advertiser Tuesday
INDIVIDUAL awards: Dye Cup (senior tennis champion) – Andrew Turnbull; Belch Cup (Golf Champion) – Mark Marchbank; Music: Knox Cup (best solo performer) – Alexandra Taylor; AB Hunter Prize (solo Scots song) – Kirsten Longmuir; Garrie Quaich (vocal excellence) – Hilary Andrew; Isobel McGregor Trophy (senior drama) – Douglas Guthrie; Sir ross Belch Cup (young enterprise) – Michael Basford; Burdon-Cooper Enterprise Award (young enterprise) – Michael Basford, Jamie Fairclough, Michael Rae; Consulate General Prize for Excellence in German – Ellen Wagstaff, Emily Tait; Rector's Award for Outstanding Achievement in French – Catriona Bell.
Sports Champions: Juniors – Ruby Mckinnell, Ross Mclellan; intermediate – Rachel Adamson, Michael Lafferty; seniors –
Victoria Henderson, James Thomson.
Sports championships (girls and boys): Scott Cup, Mrs Thomas Bolton Cup and the Supreme House Award – Murrays.
Inter-House Awards: Finch Cup (CCF) – Campbells; Russell Cup (talent) – Grahams; Marr Cup (rugby) – Campbells’ hockey – Murrays; Marr cup (cricket) – Murrays; Tennis (senior girls) – Murrays; Downie Cup (tennis senior boys) – Drummonds and Grahams; John Smith Shield (swimming): Senior girls – Drummonds, boys – Murrays; Ashmall Cup (badminton): senior girls – Drummonds, boys – Grahams; Inter House Challenge – Murrays.
Secondary school prize list
SECONDARY One – Sally Andrews, Rosanna McDermott, Rachel Paterson, Katie White.
Secondary Two – Andrew Blair, Marianne Inglis, Kirsten Jack, Hayley McDermott.
Secondary Three Governors' Subject Prizes: Information Systems – Kirsty Bennett; Business Management (equal) – Christopher Carling, Andrew Paterson; German – Emily Coffey; geography – Gregor Gray; English – P Ciaran O'Kane; French, History, Spanish – Emma Robertson; accounting, physics – Iain Savage; music – Rachael Smart; practical craft skills – Ewan Smith; art, chemistry – Callum Strong; mathematics – Anna Tong; biology – Katrina Wesencraft.
Secondary Four Governors' Subject Prizes: Information sytems – Laura Bruce-Wootton; music – David Innes; geography – Andrew LaHay; French, History, Spanish – Catherine Lovegrove; business management – Alice McLeod; practical craft skills – Oliver Penny; biology, chemistry, English, German, mathematics, physics – Alan Ratcliff; art – Madeline Riddell.
Secondary Five Subject Prizes: Governors' Prize for human biology – Claire Beattie; University of Dundee Prize for business management and Governors' Prize for Spanish – Rebecca Dickie; Philip Cann Memorial Prize for School Activities and The McKenzie Strickland Architects Award (expressive) – Christie Fraser; Governors' Prize for geography – Ronald Guthrie; Philip Cann Memorial Prize for chemistry – Ross Jack; Sanderson Prize for art, Governors' Prize for biology, Kennedy Prize for French and The McKenzie Strickland Architects Award (design) – Kate Kennedy; Taylor Prize for English, Governors' Prize for history, Howard Baker Prize for information systems, Charles A Thomson Prize for mathematics, Palmer Valentine Prize for physics – Arthur Learoyd; Robert Laurence Prize for German – Claire Lorden; Governors' Prize for music – David Maitland Gardner.
Secondary Six Subject Prizes: John Smith Prize for mathematics, Governors' Scholarship for 2007-2008, The Stewart Award – Hilary Andrew; John Smith Prize for chemistry, AD Kippen Prize for physics, AM Wilson Scholarship for 2007-2008 – Jamie Fairclough; Palmer Valentine Prize for English, Palmer Valentine Prize for French, Hynd Prize for German, Strathairn Scholarship for modern languages 2007-2008 – Catriona Gray; Palmer Valentine Prize for art, The McKenzie Strickland Architects Award (design), Governors' Scholarship 2007-2008 – Stephen Hamilton; Governors' Prize for business management, Roy Scholarship for business subjects 2007-2008 – Victoria Henderson; Strathairn Prize for history, Williamson Scholarship for history 2007-2008 – David Hiscocks; Governors' Prize for accounting, Governors' Prize for physical education – Rory Houston; Governors' Prize for modern studies,
The Stewart Award – Catriona Laird; Palmer Valentine Prize for geography – Andrew Marshall; Governors' Prize for photography – Suzanne Patrick; Mrs Alston's Prize for music, Valentine Shield for head girl, CA Thomson Prize for head girl, The MacRosty Medal – Alexandra Taylor; Moffat Prize for biology, Rebekah Price Science Essay Prize, Governors' Scholarship for 2007-2008, Valentine Shield for head boy, CA Thomson Prize for head boy, The MacRosty Medal – Alexander Jackson; The Dux Medal – Jamie Fairclough.
2008-2009 Scholarship awards
AM Wilson Scholarship for science – Ross Jack; George Strathairn Scholarship for modern languages – Kate Kennedy; Roy Scholarship for business subjects – Rebecca Dickie; John Williamson Memorial Scholarship for history – Arthur Learoyd; Governors' Scholarship – Kate Greenlees, Ronald Guthrie.
Primary School Prize List
P4 – Hannah Boag (Merit), Elizabeth Said (Effort). P5 – May Appleby (M), Torin Gillies (E). P6C – Elsie Haldane (M), Alastair Scott (E). P6L – Jennifer McDowell (M), Julia Barrie (E). P6M – Christopher White (M), Jenefer Strathie (E). Transitional A – Katie Hiscocks (M), Calum Savage (E). Transitional D – Lauren Strickland (M), Emily Graham (E).
Special Awards: Philip Cann Memorial Quaich for chanter – Hamish Riddell; Campbell Cup (novice piping) – Cameron Lee; beginner's drum pad – Richard Hammond; Stewart Cup (novice drumming) – Lucy Johnson; Taylor Quaich (junior drumming) – Matthew Cook; David Comrie & Son Preparatory Music Prize – Isabella England; AB Hunter Trophy for Scots Song – Hannah Boag; David Comrie & Son Trophy for Primary Singing – Holly Boag; MAPA Quaich for Scots Recitation – Rosie Beech; Primary Art Prize – Emily Graham; Lawson Quaich for Contribution to Primary Drama – Lewis Ross; Ferntower Cup for most promising primary musician – Amy Smart; Laidlaw Quaich for contribution to primary music – Naomi Gillies, Melissa McDonald; House Trophy – Campbells (Amy Smart, Noah Parker); Hay Quaich for the pupil who best epitomises the school motto "Ad SummaTendendum" – Calum Savage.
Primary Sports Awards: Tennis, girls – Amy Smart (runner up – Kate McCallum); boys – Christopher White (Alastair Scott); Short tennis – Callum Jones (Catriona Roberts); swimming – Holly Boag (Rachael Love); boys – Adam Davie (Matthew Tait).
Primary 4 and 5: Long jump: Girls – Rebecca Dye (Caitlin Edgar); boys – William Waller (Christopher Campbell); high jump: Girls – Caitlin Edgar (Storm Robertson); boys – William Waller (Christopher Campbell); ball throw: Girls – Caitlin Edgar (Rebecca Dye); boys – William Waller (Christopher Campbell).
Primary Sports champions: Girls – Holly Boag (Lauren Strickland); boys – Donald Strathie (Connor Holmes).