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Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Charlotte Addison

16 January 2020  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Charlotte Addison, Year 12 student. Charlotte was nominated by Mr Henderson who said: “I would like to nominate Charlotte Addison for her resilience, creativity, excellence and teamwork.  She recently joined us from SFX and from the outset has shown a great attitude and because of this her transition to Sixth Form has been extremely successful." The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Charlotte Addison, Year 12 student. Charlotte was nominated by Mr Henderson who said: “I would like to nominate Charlotte Addison for her resilience, creativity, excellence and teamwork.  She recently joined us from SFX and from the outset has shown a great attitude and because of this her transition to Sixth Form has been extremely successful.  “She has thoroughly involved herself in school life and has achieved great Aiming High reports and has also started to play in the band.  Charlotte has taken a major role in leading her tutor group in the Tenner Challenge, and within a week has single-handedly led and inspired the group to raise over £400.  She has gone above and beyond, approaching local businesses and securing prizes as well as baking 100 cupcakes for a bake sale.  Charlotte’s first term has been fantastic and she is well and truly part of the school community.”

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