Preston Primary School Students Awarded Torbay & Devon Civic Award 2019

17 Year 6 students from Preston Primary School were successfully awarded the Torbay and Devon Civic Award 2018/2019.

Congratulations to:

  • Tiago Brooking
  • Jack Clague
  • Kieran Dixon
  • Charlotte Dodd
  • Lottier Futcher
  • Amelia Gilboy
  • Jacob Horrill
  • Louis Johnston
  • Amelia Mapley
  • Jessica Martin
  • Reuben Niles
  • Ava O’Kane
  • Harvey Squires
  • Jolan Ward
  • Aimee Barrett
  • Eva Birchell
  • Oliver Boyce

 

 

 

 

 

Below are comments made by independent assessors who passed the successful students:

Aimee Barrett – “Aimee has loads of strong evidence for all the criteria of the award. She is a very committed girl, full of enthusiasm and energy.”

Eva Birchell – “Eva you have a brilliant folder. You have done loads of work. You clearly care about your community and animals and have supported a brilliant charity.”

Oliver Boyce – “Oliver is a really friendly character with a strong sense of adventure. I particularly enjoyed his drumming demonstration – he shows real talent and skill.”

Tiago Brooking – “Really nice to see pictures of all the work he has done over the year. He has clearly enjoyed PGL and the other experiences over the year.”

Jack Clague – “I was very impressed with your support for the people who need help, as well as for animals. You are a very active young man.”

Kieran Dixon – “A very well presented portfolio showing lots of good evidence. He has clearly put a lot of effort into his work over the year and it shows. Well done!”

Charlotte Dodd – “You have done loads of work both in and out of school. Your charity work is amazing and you have supported two great causes. Brilliant work!”

Lottie Futcher – “Well done Lottie, you have worked hard and have produced an excellent folder, detailing all of the hard work you have done for the school and community. The bread was lovely!”

Amelia Gilboy – “A very active member of the community. She is clearly very passionate about all she does – a very well-rounded character.”

Jacob Horrill – “Jacob brought plenty of evidence and even played his saxophone when being assessed. He is a bright and enthusiastic boy, who is obviously committed to whatever he is working on.”

Louis Johnston – “Well done Louis, you have done lots of work this year for charity. Your passion for animals and their care is clear.”

Amelia Mapley – “Amelia is clearly an active girl who is full of enthusiasm. She had a well presented portfolio full of strong evidence for her achievements over the year.”

Jessica Martin – “Jessica is a lovely girl with a lot of activities and interests. She supported a different charity to the others and had a lot of strong evidence, which was well presented.”

Reuben Niles – “A very busy person shown in a very well put together folder. What an example to your school. Well done”

Ava O’Kane – “A well-rounded and active member of the community with a passion for citizenship and charity work.”

Harvey Squires – “A very active member of the community with a passion for sport. It was lovely to see some of his drawings for his non-active hobby.”

Jolan Ward – “Well done Jolan, you obviously care about the community and have done loads of work both inside and outside of school.”

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