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Spring Term Celebration Assembly

Posted: 14th March 2024

St. Andrew’s College Cambridge, renowned for its academic excellence and vibrant community spirit, recently hosted its Spring Term celebration assembly, marking a culmination of achievements and milestones attained by its students and faculty. The assembly, held in the beautiful St Pauls Curch, served as a joyous occasion to recognise the dedication, hard work, and talent exhibited by individuals across various spheres of academic, artistic, and extracurricular endeavors.

The event commenced with a warm welcome from the college principal, Mr. Wayne Marshall, who reflected on the remarkable progress and achievements witnessed throughout the Spring Term. The opening remarks set a tone of celebration and appreciation for the collective efforts that have enriched the fabric of  the St. Andrew’s College community.

Throughout the assembly, students were applauded and commended for their outstanding academic performances, athletic achievements, and contributions to the arts. From scholarly accolades in mathematics and science to triumphs on the sports field, each accomplishment was met with resounding applause and admiration from peers and teachers in attendance.

In addition to honouring individual achievements, the assembly also highlighted the spirit of camaraderie and collaboration that defines the St. Andrew’s College experience. Newton House came out on top, showing teamwork, resilience, and innovation, underscoring the ethos of mutual support and encouragement that permeates the college community.

As the assembly drew to a close, Mr. Marshall delivered a heartfelt message of gratitude to all those who have contributed to the success and vibrancy of St. Andrew’s College. The Spring Term celebration served not only as a moment to recognize accomplishments but also as a reminder of the limitless potential and collective spirit that propels St. Andrew’s College forward into a future filled with promise and possibility.

We look forward to the Celebration Assembly for the Summer term, which would also be the last for our graduating studetnts.

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