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KES pupils rewarded for helping the community

Stratford Editorial 20th Nov, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

HELPFUL pupils in Stratford have been recognised for their service to the community.

Year 13 pupils at KES took part in the Lions Young Leaders in Service Award – volunteering at places including the Stratford Food Bank, the Claverdon Community Shop and the St John Ambulance.

Isla Gibb, Jess Huxley, Peter Isaac, Charles James-Pemberton, Andrew Markham, Jamie Moorman, Joe Savage, Julia Scott, Nell Simon-Batsford, Lily Watson were all awarded certificates from Shakespeare’s Lions for their work.

Charles James-Pemberton also won the local round of the Lion’s Young Ambassador Competition and accepted the John Whitfield Shield and Bursary which recognises young people’s voluntary service to the community.

This is the second year students from KES have been involved in the award and some 50 Year 12 pupils are also volunteering in the community this year.


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