Margaret Chettle Award
The Margaret Chettle Award
The Margaret Chettle Cup is awarded annually to one of our students for outstanding achievement in GCSE French. Margaret was a popular and much loved teacher of Modern Foreign Languages at Redborne and the award is given in her memory.
In 2022, Jake Henman was awarded The Margaret Chettle Cup. This was in recognition of beating his target grade by 3 and his determination to improve his French through after school sessions. He also took part in the Trinity College Love for Languages webinars.
In 2021, Luci French was the recipient in recognition of her final grade 9 at GCSE. She worked extremely hard during the two year course and attended as many extra sessions as she could in order to reach her full potential. We are delighted that Luci has decided to continue her French studies at A level.
In 2020, the award went to Leena Irfan. This was in recognition of her achievement in beating her indicator grade by a phenomenal four grades. Leena’s continual dedication to attending extra sessions resulted in her final grade 8 at GCSE and her desire to continue French at A level.
In 2019, Jacob Franklin was awarded The Margaret Chettle Cup. This was in recognition of beating his indicator grade and going on to study both French and Spanish at A level.
For 2018, the award went to Rhianna Duffy in recognition of her achievement in beating her indicator by two grades. She worked extremely hard over the two year course and attended as many extra sessions as she could in order to maximise her learning.
In 2017, Chloe was the recipient in recognition for her A* grade at GCSE where she also gained maximum UMS marks in each of the four language skills and this grade was three grades higher than her indicator.