It’s a hat-trick for model citizens

Three students from St Margaret’s Academy (SMA) were recognised with a prestigious award in a special service at St George’s Hall as part of the Roscoe Lecture series.

Sponsored by Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), the Good Citizenship Award recognises the outstanding contribution of students in school and in the wider community.

Sixth form students Bupe Chanda, Harry Edwards and Vivien Bahire-Sibo received the award for their exceptional citizenship services.

Bupe’s mentors praised her commitment to work placements and her dedication to a career in medicine, as well as her work in Christmas gift appeals for the elderly and the school-mentoring programme.

Likewise, Harry has also participated in a number of work placements on his journey into the medical profession and is heavily involved in charity initiatives, whilst Vivien has developed impeccable leadership skills on the sixth form committee and hospitality team. Vivien was also fundamental to the organisation of various charity events and acted as student host at the school’s annual senior citizen christmas lunch.

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