The ISA offers a number of different prizes for pupils in the schools of ISA Members. Click on the plus signs below to expand the sections and access the information about the individual awards available.
The Lexden Prize for Sixth Formers
The Lexden prize celebrates the achievement of sixth formers; achievement and education are considered in the broadest sense, definitely not just academic. Each ISA Member may nominate their “most remarkable sixth form student”.
The nomination process is in three parts:
a) A short nomination from the ISA Member (300 words max)
b) A short personal statement from the nominee (500 words max)
c) A sample piece of marked/assessed written work.
Closing date: 30 June 2018
The Whitbread Memorial Prize (GCSE)
The Whitbread Memorial Prize recognizes and celebrates outstanding involvement in, and service to, wider aspect of school and community life; in conjunction with achieving academic excellence in GCSE results.
Congratulations to the following young people, whose exceptional achievements have been recognised by the adjudicators of this prize:
2017 Whitbread Prize Winner: Elliot Butterworth, Derby Grammar School
Runner-up: Hemal Gor, Swaminarayan School
Highly Commended: Holly Harvey, Malvern St James; Ella Milner, Quinton House; Sam Neal, King’s School Witney; Holly Winterburn, Quinton House.
The Whitbread Roll of Honour and previous winners
The Whitbread Roll of Honour 2017 includes all pupils nominated by their school for the Whitbread Prize.
- 2016 – Todd Lindley, Claires Court
- 2015 – Christian Smaditch, The Dixie Grammar School
- 2014 – Aditi Rangan, Red House School
- 2013 – Emily Allen, Bowbrook House School and Gabriella Lindley, Claires Court
- 2012 – Emily Atkins, Sancton Wood School
- 2011 – Rikhil Raithatha, Swaminaryan School
ISA Award for Excellence
This single award has now been replaced by the the ISA Awards. The Award for Excellence is no longer presented.
- 2015 – Arts Educational Schools, London
- 2014 – Beech House School, Rochdale
- 2013 – Reddiford School, Pinner
- 2012 – Adcote School for Girls, Shrewsbury
- 2011 – St Joseph’s, Launceston
- 2010 – Bowbrook House School, Pershore
If you have any queries about these awards, please contact Karen Goddard
Only schools whose Head is a Member with ISA are eligible to enter these competitions.