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Record Awards for Hill House at MUN

Last weekend, our Year 9 to Upper Sixth pupils attended the 2-day MUN (Model United Nations) Conference in Cheadle Hulme, one of the biggest and most prestigious MUN schools’ conferences in the country. We sent 16 pupils, covering 3 delegations, representing Australia, DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) and Poland.

They had a fantastic weekend with some great debating and negotiating skills on show and our best yet in terms of awards:

Special Mention - Isabel De Roeck Davies, Year 10 (Australia - Education Committee)

Commended - Zayaan Gaibi, Lower Sixth (Australia - Health)

Best Young Delegate - Oliver Ward, Year 9 (Poland Science)

Best Young Delegate - Daisy De Roeck Davies, Year 11 (Australia Human Rights Committee)

Best Delegate - Carter Harris, Upper Sixth (Education DPRK)

Best Delegate - Lexie Owens, Lower Sixth (Human Rights Council Poland)

Overall commended delegation – Poland: Lexie Owens (Lower Sixth), Raina Heaton (Year 10), Anehita Inegbedion (Lower Sixth), Pippa Rogerson (Year 10 and Oliver Ward (Year 9)

Mr Shipston, Head of Politics at Hill House School said, “This was an outstanding effort from all of the Hill House attendees as they competed with over 40 schools from around the country! A special mention must go to Carter Harris and Lexie Owens who both won Best Delegate awards and were in the top 10 of over 400 pupils at the conference.”

Lexie Owens and Carter Harris - both awarded 'Best Delegate' at the MUN Conference