Neale-Wade student makes school proud with Silver Student Ambassador Award

PUBLISHED: 14:05 22 July 2014 | UPDATED: 14:05 22 July 2014

Neale-Wade principal Jason Wing and Ania Daniels-Uribarri.

Neale-Wade principal Jason Wing and Ania Daniels-Uribarri.

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A Year 7 student who has demonstrated strong leadership skills both in and outside the classroom has received an award.

Ania Daniels-Uribarri, of Neale-Wade Academy, has achieved her Silver Student Ambassador award.

Vice principal Craig D’Cunha said: “This is an amazing achievement. Ania is the first student to have attained this standard.

“It is a real testament to her commitment and determination. She has led form time and classroom activities alongside participation in clubs and music events.

“She is demonstrating that she is a full rounded individual with a great future ahead of her.”

Principal Mr Wing added: “We are very proud of Ania. Not only has she participated in a range of activities, utilising her skills, she has also defined the standard for subsequent students who wish to attain the Silver Student Ambassador Award. The bar has just been raised.”

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