St Cecilia’s School Presentation Evening

H.R. King Award

Trustee Alan Bone at St Cecilia’s
School, November the 2nd 2017

On Thursday 2nd November the school held its annual Presentation evening when awards are given to pupils for their academic, sporting and cultural achievements. It was the fourth occasion that the Trust awarded the HR King Prize to a deserving student and this year it went to David Amarteifio. He is a current Year 13 pupil who is a true all-rounder. He is committed to sport in the school, captaining the school’s football team, and playing with the school rugby team. He is a school prefect and has represented his year in various school councils over the years. He has an excellent work ethic, and is looking forward to studying physiotherapy at university next year. He wins £50 for his own use and gets a further £150 to give towards a worthy cause of his choice.

Just before the award, Alan Bone spoke about the Trust along with a potted history of the school and HR King, with reflections on the evening itself, which was a great success. The Trust’s links with the school were further strengthened and we are now able to follow the progress of all our winners.

Les Herbert, Alan Bone, Roger Holland and Dick Moody meet David Amarteifio the H.R.K. King Award Winner at the Remembrance Ceremony at St Cecilia’s on November 10th, 2017.

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