At Speech Day on the last day of term we celebrated the achievements of our pupils, and particularly our Year Eight pupils to whom we said farewell after a happy and successful career at the school.
Winning nine scholarships across academia, sport, art and all-round achievement, they now prepare to move on to eight different schools.
This year, three scorpion ties â€“ the highest accolade the school bestows â€“ were awarded to three pupils: to Jennifer Foster for her outstanding art and selection for trials for U14 England rounders; to Alex Cordingley for equestrian sport; and to Kayla Paley for academic achievement.
Year Eight, we wish you well and look forward to welcoming you back to our doors. Meanwhile, work hard, be kind and strive always to be the best that you can be.
Destinations of Terrington Hallâ€™s Year 8 Leavers 2019
Lucky Charters The Mount School (sports scholarship)
Alex Cordingley Queen Margaretâ€™s School (sports scholarship)
Megan Deverell St Peterâ€™s School
Daisy Dewhirst Uppingham School
Thomas Easterby Scarborough College
Lara Evans Ampleforth College
Eleanor Jenkins Sedbergh School (all-rounder scholarship)
Jennifer Foster Queen Margaretâ€™s School (art scholarship)
Seth Fotherby Sedbergh School
Zoe Garrett Bootham School (academic scholarship)
Silas Gunn Bootham School (academic scholarship)
Isabel Howden-Ferme St Peterâ€™s School (music award)
Emily Langley Scarborough College (sports scholarship to Barnard Castle)
Charley King St Peterâ€™s School
Kayla Paley St Peterâ€™s School (academic scholarship)
Torin Pope St Peterâ€™s School
Crispin Tate Ampleforth College
Charlie Thompson Repton School
Archie Wheeler Scarborough College