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Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Uchenna Anydiegwu

26 October 2020  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Uchenna Anyadiegwu, Year 13.  Uchenna was nominated by Ms Johnson, who wrote: “I would like to nominate Uchenna for the award. During the preparation for the Year 6 and Year 12 virtual Open Evenings he proved himself to be a fantastic ambassador for Richmond School and Sixth Form College and its values.  The standard of his contributions was nothing short of excellent and he showed great resilience in some challenging circumstances during the filming.

“One example of this was when he was recording in a busy Study Centre and had to do retake after retake to get a good result. He never once lost patience with the process and persevered to produce an excellent outcome. Additionally, he supported fellow students involved in the process, demonstrating his commitment to teamwork and a positive result. He was also involved in the student-led film on cultural diversity.  Uchenna’s level of independence in these activities was also impressive, exhibiting confidence and leadership in a quiet yet assured manner.  It was a real pleasure working with Uchenna and we have received so much positive feedback about his contribution to these events.”

Well done to Uchenna who joined Richmond School from Trinity Academy in Year 7.

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