New community award launched at Brentwood County High School
A new community award was launched at an open day at Brentwood County High School last week.
The school said it will hold the awards ceremony on December 7 to recognise the hard work of those who “enrich our school community through their work both inside and outside of the school”.
Nominations can be for people who help to support the community of the school including a sports coach, a youth leader, a public servant, a fundraiser or religious leader.
The winner will be chosen by a panel of students, parents, governors and staff.
Headteacher Stephen Drew said: “At Brentwood County High School we are always aware of the positive impact that many local people and groups have on improving the lives of our young people.
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“The Community Awards give us the chance to recognise this and give thanks for the tireless efforts of those beyond the school to helping our students succeed.”
The deadline for nominations to the school is Friday, November 23.
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