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Community heroes sought by school in Brentwood
7:30am Tuesday 15th October 2013 in News
PEOPLE who are seen to be working hard in their community will be rewarded at a ceremony held by a school.
Brentwood County High has organised their second Community Awards evening which will take place at the school on December 6 following the success of last year’s event.
Nominees are being sought for the awards which will celebrate the work carried out by anyone who helps pupils locally.
Headteacher Stephen Drew said it is important to show appreciation to those who give up time to assist their community.
Mr Drew said: “At BCHS we are always aware of the positive impact that many local people and groups have on improving the lives of our young people.
“The Community Awards give us the chance to recognise this and give thanks for the tireless efforts of those beyond the school who help our students succeed.
“After the great success of our inaugural Community Awards in 2012 I am hoping to see some centenary related awards in 2013 from members of our community who have contributed to the life of our school over all of its life.”
The deadline for people to make a nomination is November 22 with a panel of judges featuring students, staff, parents and governors of the school.
To make a nomination, either email email@example.com or pick up a nomination card at the school in Seven Arches Road.