Jack Petchey Winners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emily was nominated because of her consistent role in the netball team, as well as her incredible effort to maintain her amazingly high grades in each and every subject.  She recently voluntarily helped out at the recent open evening in the Art Department.  She is constantly kind to everyone and does her homework without fail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theo was nominated for the Jack Petchey award as he easily fits a multitude of criteria which makes someone eligible for such a prestigious award Theo most definitely deserves. As well as being a role model student everybody can look up to, Theo consistently goes out of his way to better improve other’s lives despite him having to deal with his hectic schedule. Among many examples of this, Theo’s kind hearted nature shines during his rugby games where he can always be found picking others up both literally and metaphorically, even though it is not expected of him.

 

Theo has had to overcome many fears to get him where he is today. A more notable one is his fear of public speaking. He has had to practice, for many years, to truly master this difficult skill. He has improved so much now that last year he pushed the limits further and participated in the jack Petchey speak out challenge, showing true bravery and trying really hard to overcome a personal challenge of his.

 

Theo is well known for being an exceptional role model in his local community. So much so that his school has recognised this by choosing him to be their head boy, putting a large amount of trust in him to be a good role model and up hold Woodlands schools values. in addition to inside the school, Theo regularly volunteers at Basildon Rugby club as a referee, taking it upon himself to enrol in a refereeing course so he can help others and the community while expecting nothing back in return.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Katie is an excellent advocate for the learning development department and a role model for her special need. She is always keen to talk about what her autism means for her and is willing to try new support strategies, feeding back on what she believes others will find helpful. She is keen to help and takes on admin tasks in the department, helping to make displays and resources. Although she finds social interaction difficult she has prioritised a new pupil above herself, supporting Rebecca to feel settled in her new school. This was an extremely challenging task for Katie and she conducted herself maturely and demonstrated empathy, considering the needs of another before herself.

 

 

Georgia is not only an extremely outstanding pupil, perfect role model for the school, but she has also become an outstanding Anti-Bullying Ambassador for Woodlands school.
She has raised money for kidscape by organising cake sales and making homemade cakes to sell.

Lauren is not only an extremely outstanding pupil, perfect role model for the school, but she has also become an outstanding Anti-Bullying Ambassadors for Woodlands school. She has raised money for kidscape by organising cake sales and making homemade cakes to sell.

 

Matthew has been a key figure in the development of Woodlands School Boccia Team. He took on the role of team captain and represented the school winning three tournaments in school’s first competitive season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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