Jack Petchey Winners 2019

Posted on: 13/02/2019

On Tuesday our deserving Jack Petchey winners had an excellent evening at a packed Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth. They were accompanied by very proud Mums and Dads who clapped and cheered as our JP winners went up to collect their JP winners medallions from the Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Kareema Marikar and Harrow Chief Inspector of Police.

Congratulations to all our winners!

Bhraghi helps so many people, is kind and caring and takes her time to help all in her form class. Bhraghi is an excellent role model to all of her peers.

Tia, a great friend and will help anyone without hesitation. Tia recently helped her friends hold a cake sale to raise money for the Pinner Village Garden play area. 

Ravi is the most happy and smiling student, a polite young man who is consistently on time, has amazing manners, signs his diary every week, does his homework and makes others feel welcomed. 

Branav, a hard working student who reacehes his goal and tackles all obstacles in his way. He helps others and supports them with happiness. He never gives up and is always keen to learn more. 

Diya is kind and caring and supportive of everyone. When there are problems between people Diya tries to help resolve it. She volunteers in school to help every one get the best out of school as well as for an animal charity.

Ben a hardworking student, always very smart and well-presented, interested in others and readily offers to help out. Repeatedly demonstrates the Nower Hill Way. Kind, caring, articulate, takes his role as peer mentor and house captain seriously. 

Sarah is very kind and considerate. She is always willing to help and volunteer in all school activities. Sara has worked hard promoting Frankling House where she was key in the House chorals competition.

Aleksandra is a new student to NHHS. Always willing to help out and take part in school event and activities that bennefits others. She spreads kindness and positivity. 

Prisha has coped incredibly well with significant and ongoing medical challenges. She is always willing to serve her community, both at school and indeed, the wider community too, as demonstrated through her willingness to speak to other young people.

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