Cromwell Community College students awarded Nandos gift cards for achieving 100 per cent attendance

PUBLISHED: 16:38 05 October 2017

Rachel Loveday, education welfare officer, Emma Fovague, Year 9 and Ruari Cox, Year 10, were each presented with a £25 gift voucher for Nandos restaurant for winning Vision for Educations attendance prize draw.and Louise Butterworth

Rachel Loveday, education welfare officer, Emma Fovague, Year 9 and Ruari Cox, Year 10, were each presented with a £25 gift voucher for Nandos restaurant for winning Vision for Educations attendance prize draw.and Louise Butterworth

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Two students at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris were awarded for achieving 100 per cent attendance throughout the summer term.

Cromwell Community College students raise more than £1,000 for Jeans for Genes dayCromwell Community College students raise more than £1,000 for Jeans for Genes day

Emma Fovague, Year 9, and Ruari Cox, Year 10, were each presented with a £25 gift voucher for Nandos restaurant for winning Vision for Education’s attendance prize draw.

Cromwell Community College students raise more than £1,000 for Jeans for Genes day.Cromwell Community College students raise more than £1,000 for Jeans for Genes day.

Louise Butterworth, senior recruitment consultant, at Vision for Education’s Peterborough branch, said: “We are committed to helping schools improve and promote good attendance, as going to school every day and arriving on time is one of the most important things students can do to achieve academic success.”

Cromwell Community College students raise more than £1,000 for Jeans for Genes day.Cromwell Community College students raise more than £1,000 for Jeans for Genes day.

Education recruitment agency Vision for Education sponsor the attendance competition at Cromwell each term.

It comes after students raised more than £1,000 for charity by taking part in Jeans for Genes day.

Lou Allen, health and social care teacher, organised for Cromwell to take part on Friday September 22.

A spokesman said: “We managed to raise £1.059.60. The pupils all enjoyed taking part and dressing down on Friday to raise money for the charity.”

On Friday (September 29) beauty students held a coffee morning to raise money for Cancer Research.


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