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Jack Petchey Awards Presentations 2010 - 2011
Nine students a year are nominated to receive the Jack Petchey award for achievement or being the best that they can. The students are nominated in recognition of their contribution to the school community and performing to their full potential.
It was my pleasure to watch as the Langdon students along with other secondary schools in East Ham receive their boxed medallions. Our students looked very smart in their school uniform and along with their families really enjoyed the evening.
The Leader Award this year went to Larmarr White, our Deputy Sanctuary manager, for her work within the community and Langdon School.
The winners for 2010 - 2011 were:
September 2010 - Ruta Tolstosejevaite Year 11: For her work with the Young National Children’s Bureau especially “My Money” ambassador.
October 2010 - Demetri Edwards Year 10: For his improved progress over the last six months.
November 2010 - Ikram Triki Year 8: For being real ambassador to the school and her citizen and charity work.
January 2011 - Niaz Iranpana Year 9: For his work in the boxing club encouraging others to join the group to use their energies in a positive way.
Feburary 2011 - Jordan Andrew Year 8: For achieving in special sports and now representing Newham in the standing long jump.
March 2011 - Lakhwinder Kaur Year 11: For her determination to continuing to attend school as Lucky found it daunting coming into a large school like Langdon and has struggled with heighten anxieties since year 7.
April 2011 - Adam Khaliq Year 8: For taking part in an ICT course call Digital Creator which he has passed and gained a GCSE grade B before he leaves year 8, which is a great achievement.
May 2011 - Eimear O’ Kelly-Smith Year 7: For her great commitment to her year group and the school by running year assemblies to raise money for UNICEF and being part of the Building Schools for the Future committee.
June 2011 - Joe Sheehan Year 9: For his change in attitude towards his learning and making great improvements in his behaviour.