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The Jack Petchey Award Scheme

The Jack Petchey Awards logo.

All staff and students have the chance to nominate and then vote for pupils to win an achievement award. The Achievement Award Scheme aims to enable schools, colleges and youth organisations to recognise, reward and celebrate the achievements of their young people. Achievement Awards are designed to recognise a wide range of achievement. It is not just about being clever, or gifted, but about putting the effort in, doing your best in all areas of school life.

 The winner is congratulated for their achievement in an assembly and receives:
•   A framed certificate
•   A Jack Petchey Young Achiever badge
•   £250 to be spent on a school/club or community project of the recipient’s choice

The young person chooses how their award money is to be spent - this can be spent on additional activities or new equipment (but cannot be spent on core/running costs).

See below for a list of the Jack Petchey Award winners:

Jack Petchey Foundation  Roll of Honour


Date Awarded

Saron Dawit

September 2015

Mollie Gibbons

October 2015

Mary Amroliwala

November 2015

Melanie Buritica

January 2016

Una Tarrant

February 2016

Ellen Cassidy

March 2016

Madalene Owen

April 2016

Ciara McDonald

May 2016

Shannon McKenzie

June 2016

Jakira Mitchell

September 2016

Mary Ellen McGuone

October 2016

Kaycee Maloney

November 2016

Antonia Phillips

January 2017

Benie Duma

February 2017

Abigail Julien

March 2017

Melissa Awelo Elem

April 2017

Karlene Wengoy

May 2017

Sophia Oscar

June 2017

Chyneze Obi

November 2018

Isabelle Copley

November 2018

Gabrielle Kennedy

November 2018