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Harold Wood school celebrates trophy triumph after it wins seven awards

PUBLISHED: 13:06 28 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:39 28 June 2017

From left, teachers Mohammod Hoque, Nicola Todd, Tanya Greaves, Paul Ward, Hannah Webster, Anthony Henry, Leah McGee, Sue Thompson, Scott Carrington, John Younan, and Ann Jones of Redden Court School celebrate winning seven awards at the Havering Secondary Schools Awards. Picture: Caroline Morris

From left, teachers Mohammod Hoque, Nicola Todd, Tanya Greaves, Paul Ward, Hannah Webster, Anthony Henry, Leah McGee, Sue Thompson, Scott Carrington, John Younan, and Ann Jones of Redden Court School celebrate winning seven awards at the Havering Secondary Schools Awards. Picture: Caroline Morris

Caroline Morris

There were smiles all round as teachers held with pride trophies their school had won at an awards event.

Redden Court School, Cotswold Road, Harold Wood, won seven honours at the inaugural Havering Secondary School Awards organised by Havering Education Partnership in conjunction with Havering Council.

Accolades included best overall progress made by pupils of any school in Havering, best progress made by disadvantaged children, and most improved attainment.

Headteacher, Paul Ward said, “This was a fantastic celebration of everything that is great about secondary education in Havering.”

“At Redden Court School, we are humbled and proud to receive these awards.”

Five teachers were also nominated for individual awards at the event on Thursday, June 22, for promoting and enabling progress in pupils.

“As a comprehensive school with many students who have various barriers to learning it is testament to the skill and dedication of staff what our students make such excellent progress,” he added.

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