High Achievers Awards 2014

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New Directions Education has joined forces with The North Wales Crusaders, Eagles Meadow and Tesco to sponsor the ‘High Achievers Awards’.  The awards recognise young people in Wrexham, Denbighshire and Flintshire for their hard work and community spirit

11 – 16 year olds that live in or attend secondary school in North East Wales (Wrexham, Denbighshire and Flintshire) can be nominated by family, friends or peers in eight categories which include:

  • Community Volunteer
  • Sporting Prowess
  • high_achievers_launchAcademic Achievement
  • Creative Genius
  • Science & Innovation
  • Young Brave Heart
  • One to Watch
  • Heart of Gold

Each category will be shortlisted to three finalists, with the winner announced at an award ceremony which will be held at William Aston Hall at Glyndwr University on the 17th July 2014.

Jenna Whittam, Branch Manager from New Directions Education is delighted to be sponsoring the High Achievers 2014. “As a company one of our core values is community, which means we support and work with our local communities in a variety of different ways. High Achievers is a great scheme which recognises the efforts of young people which can go unrecognised. As a group young people can often be the subject of negative press, however as we work closely with schools in Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham we get to hear about the good work that young people regularly do”

If you know a young person who deserves to be recognised, nominate them for a ‘High Achievers Award ‘ by visiting www.highachievers2014.co.uk/submit.php