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The Headteacher’s CREDIT Values Award was presented to Jamie in Year 8.

18 July 2023  |  Sven Wardle  |  Posted in:

Jamie was nominated by Miss Ridley and Mr. Mawer, who said:

I’d like to nominate Jamie for all of the credit values. For the last 7 months history club have undertaken a huge project researching, scripting, performing and filming our very own Horrible Histories episode. Jamie has truly been an absolute star throughout this process.

He has given up every Tuesday after school (and some Wednesdays) to film the episode as well as volunteering to edit the episode – he has dedicated hours of his free time to our club. I think it’s also worth mentioning that he’s put up with my many requests for tweaks to be made! Jamie has worked brilliantly with students in each year group (7-13) and has patiently reshot dozens of scenes when something hasn’t quite gone to plan (exemplifying both teamwork and determination).

Jamie always has a smile on his face and is always encouraging his peers – he has really helped both me and Mr Mawer. Thank you, Jamie!

I also have the absolute pleasure of teaching Jamie and he is just as dedicated to the subject and his studies in this context too. Independent learning is always of an extremely high standard, his contributions in class are insightful and he works brilliantly with those around him. Jamie is from South Africa and joined Richmond School at the start of Year 8 – he has immersed himself into school life and has fitted in seamlessly. A real credit to Jamie for embodying all of Richmond School’s CREDIT values.’

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