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Jack Petchey Award Winners
Below are our worthy winners of Jack Petchey Awards:
Nicole R Y11 - She does work with her Police Cadets to ensure our high streets are safe for young people. An example is her volunteering to be a Test Purchaser – she attempts to buy alcohol and cigarettes to see if shops are asking for ID from young people.
George P Y7 - He has put tremendous work into helping establish a fabulous display during our Open Evening and also accepting wider responsibilities in the classroom on a daily basis.
Andrew I Y13 - Competes in Karate and has achieved some phenomenal accolades in the short time he has been competing. Andrew who has a Black Belt in Karate won his first European Championship at just 12 years old but setting his sights high, Andrew then went on to win two more European Championships and four World Championships! Andrew’s Karate has taken him to numerous countries whereby he competes not only in his age group but also in 18+ and the 18-21 age group. He most recently won the Bristol Open in the 16+ category taking home two Gold Medals and a Trophy. His biggest achievement to date is winning ‘Best of the Best Male’ in the Polish Open which took place in Poland in 2017. It’s safe to say Andrew will be in need of a bigger trophy cabinet with his collection still growing.
Brandon S Y7 - Awarded for his outstanding contribution to our Red Box appeal at Christmas. His contributions helped less fortunate families in our community at Christmas.
Hiren competes in taekwondo and has reached astronomical heights for such a young man.
Hiren is a 3rd Dan Black Belt in taekwondo and has been competing internationally since 2013 winning Bronze in Stuttgart at the German open. Since then he has also picked up four bronze medals at the national championships as well as representing his country at the European championships in 2015 and 2017. In 2015 at the German open in Dresden he was awarded the best player in Britain.
To top off all his achievements Hiren achieved a gold and two bronze medals at the commonwealth games. Hiren continues to excel at the sport and pushes himself to stay competitive at the highest international level.