Millennium Volunteers Awards
73 pupils in Years 13-14 were presented with their Millennium Volunteers Awards this morning in assembly. Between them these pupils have carried out over 9500 hours of volunteering in school, their local community and further afield over the past two years. Pupils were commended on their selfless attitudes and the benefits, through volunteering, of developing skills, making new friends, gaining confidence and improving their well-being were highlighted. Pupils were encouraged to get involved in volunteering over the summer and see how they could help improve their community and themselves.
We would like to congratulate the following pupils for their volunteering efforts.
35 Hours Award
Megan Cole, Ben Gilmore, Samara Nicholl
50 Hours Award
Lois Anderson, Jessica Beverland, Patrick Doherty, Hannah Henderson, Sam Hill, Luke Kennedy, Rachel McCloy, Sarah McCloy, Henry Moore, Matthew Poston, Nicole Quinn, Chloe Robinson,
100 Hours Award
Chloe Backus, John Boyd, Alicia Downey, Cara Dunlop, Rachel Fleck, Rachel Glass, Adam Hanna, David Henry, Ellie Hughes, Matthew Jackson, Nina Kennedy, Courtney McCurdy, Ben McKane, Ruth McKane, Alex McLeister, Jack Mills, Josh Mills, Adam Paul, Nicole Pennie, Sarah Preston, Jess Quail, Alex Richmond, Hannah Richmond, Jedidah Shanks, Rebecca Smyth, Claire Stirling, Abi Weir
200 Hours Award
Grace Bailie, Simon Bennett, Juliet Cameron, Aimee Davenport, Sophie Dennison, Crawford Fairfield, Emma Flanagan, Anna Gordon, Hannah Johnston, Joshua R. Logan, Joshua TS Logan, Rachael Macauley, Lydia Manson, Emma Martin, Cian Mawhinney, Grace McBurney, Craig McClintock, Lois McClintock, Lucy McCormill, Anna McGahey, Bethan McLaughlin, Katie Moorehead, Adam Morrison, Chloe Orr, Erin Park, James Poston, Amanda Robinson, Matt Smith, Amy Turner, Niamh Watt