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Jack Petchey Achievement Awards

The Jack Petchey Foundation was set up by Sir Jack Petchey CBE to inspire and celebrate young people.  Since 1999, over £143 million has been invested  in programmes to benefit young people aged 11-25 across London and Essex.

Each month staff and students at Highbury Fields School select one student to win a Jack Petchey Achievement Award.  The award allows students and staff to recognise the effort and achievement of a Highbury Fields Student in a practical and positive way.

Congratulations to the following students:

Larissa - Year 10

Larissa was nominated for her determination and resilience in travelling to school each day with a reoccuring injury. We would like to commend Larissa for her contribution at the Capital One workship last October.

Skyla - Year 

Skyla was nominated for her positive contributions to extra-curricular activities. Skyla has also produced great art work and poster designs.

Ayse - Year 8

Ayse was nominated for settling in well into a new school in a new country and making great progress since December 2021, she has made lots of friends and shows tremendous resilience in challenging situations.

Congratulations to all of our Jack Petchey Winners.
You can view photo's in our Jack Petchey Award Winners