Eva Darvid has really embraced the independent approach to achieving her civic award. She has consistently gone above and beyond to help others and become involved in the wider school community.
She has no less than three ‘Roselands Reps’ jobs in school which she has been 100% committed to, including looking after the school pets, supporting teachers in assembly with the technology and playing with younger children on the playground as a playleader.
Eva has embarked on a new musical hobby and has practised tirelessly. Her new flute teacher has commented that ‘ Eva has made excellent progress this term and she has started working towards grade 1 already! Eva is making a lovely sound and her technique is improving each week. Eva is definitely fulfilling her potential!’
Not only has Eva worked on her musical skills, before COVID struck she also began attending weekly street dancing lessons and is due to take her first exam.
Eva independently decided to support Cancer research as her chosen charity, as it is a charity that is close to her heart. She approached local businesses to support her and asked them to donate prizes so that she could run a raffle. Her enthusiasm and confidence led to her being gifted a huge number of prizes, including but not exclusive of, a vineyard walk, a beauty pack and even a light sabre! She then committed time to arriving even earlier to school each day to canvas parents to support her and buy tickets. She raised a fantastic £71, which she proudly donated in store.