03:02PM, Wednesday 15 July 2015
Talented students were celebrated in an annual speech day at The Windsor Boys’ School.
Parents and members of the community gathered at the school in Maidenhead Road for a selection of speeches.
Guest of honour and ex-student Andrew George QC handed out the prizes and spoke of the preparation the school provided for his successful career as a barrister.
Retiring head boy Nick Chevis outlined the main achievements at the school, including all the sporting and artistic merits.
Three students, Chris Hill, Ferdy Cleare and Harry Macklin, delighted the audience with a witty reflection on their first year at the school.
There was music throughout the event provided by the music department.
Guests also remembered 17-year-old student Joseph Edwards who died last year.
His mother Jackie was awarded a media prize in his honour on Thursday, June 25.
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