Bridge Academy Trust Community Award
This September, the Bridge Academy Trust has launched a Community Award throughout all their schools, including Moulsham High School. The Award is to recognise any work or involvement our students have in their community and to encourage them to get involved.
“What has been very clear to me since the formulation of our trust is that our children (& adults) are involved in some truly wonderful things outside of school. We now want to recognise and celebrate the children’s community work, and to encourage and promote more children to get involved in community activities and projects too, and, at the same time, to see what more our local communities can do to support our schools and children too. Our Local Governing Committees are working on this and much more.” - Mark Famer, CEO
All nominated students shall receive a postcard home and badges for the following:
- Bronze- Going over and beyond
- Silver- Exceptional Community Spirit
There is also a Trust Annual Award where a gold badge will be awarded and £100 towards a community project.
HUGE congratulations to the following students who have all received the BAT Community Trust Award- Bronze:
Deven B, Year 11 For volunteering at an animal sanctuary.
Tom C, Year 8 For showing exceptional resilience and determination as well as kindness within the school community.
Emily J B, Year 7 For her continued volunteering efforts to raise over £11,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Connie W, Year 11 For volunteering over the summer holidays with the Little Edi Foundation where she excelled working 1-1 with a vulnerable child.
Rona P, Year 10 For volunteering at Rainham Marshes where she completed environmental work.
Cam H and Martha S, Year 13 For running a scheme to gather GCSE and A Level revision guides, with the aim of distributing them to students unable to purchase them due to financial constraints.