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Students honoured for voluntary service

Tue, Jun 4th, 2024
Worth School

Kind-hearted students have been rewarded for their work leading some amazing social outreach programmes across the academic year.

At a Voluntary Service Awards presentation before half term, Full Colours were awarded to six students who have undertaken some fantastic projects to help others during Year 12 activities on Wednesday afternoon.

These included Marie who has led the St Mary Sixth’s Charities and Outreach Committee which has served Befriended, a charity which supports isolated elderly people and Crawley Open House which supports homeless people; Charlotte who has led the Worth Environment Society, rolled out the CAFOD foundation across the School and volunteered her time to Love Your Neighbour, a charity which supports individuals and families in need; and Josh who has led and supervised the Music activity for Year 5s from local primary school Our Lady Queen of Heaven.

Also acknowledged was Jacob who helped launch the Sport Outreach programme at Worth which has involved students supporting local prep schools. He also spent time in Uganda with his sister Eliza, delivering aid, building a house and teaching in a local primary school.

Meanwhile, Isabel and Phailin developed and delivered a STEM Club to our own Year 7 and 8 pupils and also gave their time in supporting the Forest School programme for primary school pupils from Our Lady Queen of Heaven.

Half Colours were presented to a further seven students for their fantastic work.

Congratulations to all who received Full and Half Colours. These were richly deserved and the School is proud of what you continue to do to serve others.

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