Six Cromwell students awarded for five years’ full attendance
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Six pupils at Cromwell Community College in Chatteris have been awarded for achieving five years worth of full attendance.
Amy Fisher, Mia Fryett, Thomas Holt, Luke Parnell, Alice Richardson and James Wayman have not taken a day off in their five years at the school. They will each be awarded with certificates at their awards ceremony.
Jackie Harding, learning resource centre manager, said: “Cromwell Community College is extremely proud. This is the highest number of Year 11’s to achieve this in one year.
“Amy Fisher has attended school every single day since her first day in reception up until today.
“She is only the second pupil at Cromwell to achieve this, following in the footsteps of Carrie Harding who left Cromwell in 2006. It has taken 11 years for this record to be matched. Well done to all.
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“I am very proud of Carrie, my daughter, who was happy to be invited back into school to meet Amy and congratulate her.”
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