11:52AM, Tuesday 24 September 2013
Former Claires Court student and BAFTA award winner Rupert Houseman was on hand to present prizes at the Maidenhead school's annual speech day on Thursday, September 19.
The event at Magnet Leisure Centre in Holmanleaze celebrated the achievements of the school's senior boy, senior girls and sixth form pupils.
The afternoon closed with a presentation to a stunned Rupert, who now works as a documentary film editor, in the form of a folder of work he created during his final year at the school in 1991.
Academic principal James Wilding said: "Today was about celebrating achievement, not only across the academic, sporting and the creative arts arenas but for personal endeavour and commitment."
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