The George Gibbs and Terry Hall annual awards ceremony

George Gibbs worked tirelessly as the clerk of Wanborough Parish Council for many years. He kindly donated some money to reward the efforts of the children at school. These awards are known as the George Gibbs Awards and are given at the end of the school year, in a ceremony held at St Andrews Church with a member from The Parish Council in attendance. At the same time Wanborough Primary School also remember their former colleague Terry Hall with an award for Art. Terry assisted the children and teachers with their art work and lessons in the school from 2009 until 2012. He wasn't officially an artist but was talented and just "wanted to help". Terry worked as a volunteer at Wanborough Primary School and his support for the children's artistic skills was much appreciated,

The award criteria for the George Gibbs Awards are as follows;

  • Demonstrating perseverance
  • Overcoming adversity
  • Outstanding attitude and effort

George Gibbs Awards:
One child from each class is selected by their class teacher to receive a George Gibbs award having been assessed against the above criteria. This award is presented by the class teacher in recognition of the individual's achievement.

George Gibbs Headteacher Award
One child in the school is selected by the Head Teacher to be presented with this award, which is also presented by the head teacher.

Good Citizen Award
One child in the school is presented with this award each year. One child from each class is nominated by their class teacher, the school staff then select a winner from those shortlisted. The award is presented by the head teacher.

Terry Hall Art Award
One child in the school will be presented with this award. One child from each class is nominated by their class teacher. The Art co-ordinator will then select a winner from those shortlisted. The award is presented by the head teacher.