On the 18th of March, education charity World Class Schools Quality Mark (WCSQM) will be holding a virtual awards ceremony to acknowledge and recognise the achievements and World Class characteristics of students throughout the UK during a year of lockdown. As a World Class School, here at Sandringham we aim to promote some of their core values: community, learning, responsibility, commitment to sustainability and dedication to challenging the status quo. Over the coming weeks we will be featuring more articles on what we think it means to be a World Class Citizen and students whom we feel are a shining example of this.
The annual World Class Schools ceremony this year will be held virtually on Friday March 18th and will celebrate school and student achievements across a range of different categories, including the announcement of the winners of the annual WCSQM essay writing competition,the winners of the WCSQM Lockdown Competition, and a celebration of the first ‘Students of the Month’, as part of WCSQM’s Student Character Campaign launched in January 2021.
Several of our students will be featured at the presentation: Alumni Sophie Angel, Reuben Mahendra, Nabrissa Badu and Lily Hurp (Y12) and Keerthana Appandairaj (Y10) who was an honourable mention in the essay writing competition. Please keep an eye out for them in the Awards Ceremony which we will share the link to in the Sandprint next Friday 18th March. Further details on Keerthana’s essay are featured under English News.