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A "name to watch out for" at Hull Collegiate School

Best in Everyone Awards

With thanks to work experience students Aleyna and Rida from Paddington Academy, who have put together this blog post about one of our previous winners at the Best in Everyone Awards.

 

The Best in Everyone Awards is a perfect opportunity to congratulate students and teachers that constantly display the values that United Learning aim to encourage over 80 schools to achieve. This blog post will put the spotlight on one of our worthy winners as they have worked extremely hard to earn the title of ‘Primary Pupil of the Year’.

Hannah was a highly committed and conscientious student when she attended Hull Collegiate School. She displayed a ‘can do, will do’ attitude which was quickly recognized by her teachers and fellow classmates. Her immediate instinct to help those in need clearly demonstrated values of kindness, determination and respect resulting in Hannah winning Primary Pupil of the Year at the Best in Everyone Awards 2019.

Hannah also excelled due to her admirable work ethic at such a young age. Her ability to bring out the best in others was clearly shown through her participation in the Social Action project on raising awareness of plastic pollution. Often assuming the role of ‘chairperson’, she became the driving force of the project. She showed admirable commitment by attending two hour after-school meetings every week, preparing an agenda ahead of time full of ideas. Hannah also did research at home on how to make the project as successful as possible.

Hannah did extremely well in her exams and showed a particular passion for mathematics. She constantly challenged herself to the nth degree and set a good example for her classmates. She’s a kind, considerate person who was always involved in projects and has a great sense of humour.

Her teachers describe her as “a fantastic sporting all-rounder” as she regularly represented the senior school in both the netball and hockey teams. Outside of school, she trains with the under 16s and under 14s Hull FC Rugby Club and also plays for the regional Chevrons Netball under 12s team.

Hannah teachers strongly believe she is “a name to watch out for in the future”.


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