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Royal Liberty School Jack Petchey Awards 

Royal Liberty School Jack Petchey Award September 2017

Nominee:  Koby Dick Year 11

(Selected by the school pupil committee)

Reason for Nomination

Koby is being recognised by a fellow peer for his kindness across the school.

He is always looking out for people and making sure they’re alright. In YR7 he helped others to settle in and made them feel safe. His ability to think of others is considered to be very important for the school community.

Royal Liberty School Jack Petchey Award October 2017

Nominee: Moussa Samba Year 10

(Selected by the school pupil committee)

Reason for Nomination

Samba has been selected to receive an award for his positive contribution to school life. He has volunteered and acted as a Science Ambassador, providing out-reach work to local primary schools. Acted in several school productions and most recently; Samba researched the Oxfam website, who is asking school’s to get involved, thus he brought this to the attention of Ms Glitz (Head of Year 10) and asked if the school can help. He is currently trying to set-up a project that addresses issues on homelessness and its effects. The idea is to raise the profile of such issues and bring them to the attention of young people.

Royal Liberty School Jack Petchey Award November 2017

Nominee: Brandon Oliver Year 8

(Selected by the school pupil committee)

Reason for Nomination

Brandon has been selected to receive an award by a fellow peer for being a courteous person, who is always polite and punctual. His outstanding work effort caused him to win the Governors’ awards. He devotes some of his time volunteering for the school Library, where he assists in the daily running of the area, as well as fulfilling his roles as both a Language and Science Ambassador.

 

All funds won by the students will be given to a department of the students choice to be spent on school equipment.