CLIO History Prize Winners

CLIO History Prize Winners

Every half-term, the History Department is delighted to award the CLIO History Prize to pupils who show particular promise, aptitude, endeavour, and enthusiasm for the subject and are thus considered deserving of recognition. The prize is split to recognise the talents of senior, middle, and junior school historians, with all receiving a certificate, chocolate, and, most importantly, a book of their choosing. Congratulations to our winners this half-term:

Senior Prize: Anoushka G and Isabella B – who selected Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day and James Hawes’ The Shortest History of Germany respectively

Middle Prize: Vivienne L – who chose A Message from Ukraine, by Volodymyr Zelensky

Junior Prize: Marusia E – who selected The Earth Transformed: An Untold History, by Peter Frankopan

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