Carew Open Mornings @ 9.15 am: 27th September, 18 October and 22nd November 2018.

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Jack Petchey Award Scheme

Carew Academy is proud to be part of the Jack Petchey Award Scheme, which awards grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people. Jane from the Jack Petchey Foundation visited Carew Academy to see the impact of the Award on our young people. She commented on what “a pleasure” it was to come to the school and “the positive changes since my last visit were very noticeable. Ideas for spending our grants are excellent and the students are choosing varied and fun trips and projects.”

Jack Petchey Winners 2017

Angel:  Angel is always full of enthusiasm and works to the best of her ability in everything she does. She never gives up if tasks are hard and she will go out of her way to explain to others what they need to do and help them to achieve. Her classmates say ‘she takes care of them’ and is ‘a good friend’ to them.

Grant spent on: The year 11 Leavers’ Presentation and Prom

Fred:  Fred is always polite to staff and visitors. He likes to help set up activities for his class.  He is cheerful at all times and encourages others to work hard.  He is an active sportsman and works well as part of a team

Grant spent on: A class trip to Chessington World of Adventures

Jeanet:  Jeanet always tries her best during lessons. She is very popular amongst her peers and is always looking out for her friends. Jeanet is always polite & respectful to everyone. Jeanet perseveres when tasks are difficult for her.

Grant spent on: A class trip to Chessington World of Adventures

Sammy:  Sammy is always willing to help Peers and teachers. Sam goes that extra mile for the school community. Sam is always supportive to other students and can be relied on to help out at any time. Sam is kind and caring and is a fantastic role model. He is often asked to show visitors around the school.

Grant spent on: Music equipment – a bass guitar

Amy:  Amy is a determined young lady. Once she sets herself a target she makes sure she achieves it.  She is a wonderful talented artist and won the prize for the most creative programme for the summer fayre.  She is a school ambassador for playground support and ensures that play equipment is available for all students and advises on new equipment that will be needed.  Amy is a role model for other students with her positive and hard-working attitude – she is already making plans for her transition into further education next year.

Grant spent on: Churchill Theatre panto and lunch

Mark:  Mark is a credit to himself and the school.  He has grown in confidence as he has taken on more responsibility.  He supports the setting up of music events and assemblies, remembering all the little things that help things run smoothly.  He likes to help the site manager, as part of work experience, to keep the grounds tidy and help to support him when completing small jobs around the school.  We are very proud of Mark and his achievements in helping to create a safe and welcoming environment for staff, students and visitors

Grant spent on: Basketball equipment for the playground

Click here to read more about the Jack Petchy foundation and its work.

The school is making such a difference to the lives of our young people. I am immensely proud of all that you are achieving.

Cllr Ruth Dombey, Leader of Sutton Council

 

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