Ania becomes first Neale-Wade student to become a Gold Ambassador
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Neale-Wade student Ania Uribarri-Daniels has hit the gold standard.
The Year 8 pupil is the first ever student to earn the March school’s Gold Ambassador Award.
Student Ambassador Awards were launched at the Neale-Wade in September 2013 with the aim of encouraging pupils.
The three levels, bronze, silver and gold encourage students to participate in a host of leadership activities both in and out of the classroom.
Activities range from team leadership to exemplary attendance and participation in extracurricular events.
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For the gold award Ania also had to lead and support others with their Ambassador Awards.
To achieve her Gold Ambassador Ania also led and created a myths puppet show, tested students who struggle with work, organised 40 acts of kindness within form and led a year group assembly.
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One of her Progress Leaders Mrs Harte said “We are immensely proud of Ania. She is an inspiration to other Year 8 students and this award is well deserved.”
Ania was recently presented her Gold award in assembly by Principal Jason Wing with Ania’s proud mum as a guest.
Mr Wing said Ania was a “fantastic role model for all students and a credit to the Academy.”
And he added: “None of us are born special, but we all have the capabilities to go through life and become special, Ania is proof of this.”