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Headteacher’s Values Award

04 January 2022  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Holly Brydon, in Year 13.

Holly was nominated by Mrs Roberts, who wrote: “I taught Holly French when she was in Year 7 and whilst I haven’t taught her since, I think she is incredibly deserving of a Headteacher’s Values Award. She is a diligent, caring, organised young lady and alongside working incredibly hard at college, she also volunteers on a weekly basis in a local primary school as she would like to study primary education. In fact, she happens to volunteer in my four year old daughter’s class.

“Every week we hear about Holly and how she has worked and helped the children in her class, how kind and smiley she is and how she always helps do their coats up and sort their hats out; the latter especially being a very big thing in the eyes of a four year old. I am fortunate enough to see Holly at pick up and she is confident and clearly has an excellent rapport with the children; she looks very at ease in the classroom environment.

“The teacher she works with speaks incredibly highly of Holly’s commitment to their school’s very youngest children week in week out and describes her as a very hard working and dedicated young lady. I concur entirely! Not only is she a fabulous role model to younger children but also to her peers. She also represents all of Richmond School and Sixth Form College’s values, with each and every one clearly demonstrated on a daily basis.”

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