Worle Community School gives out more than 70 awards on Grand Pier
PUBLISHED: 17:30 20 October 2016
Weston's Grand Pier this week hosted an awards evening for a Worle School, giving students the chance to celebrate their success and hard work.
Pupils from Priory Community School, based in Queensway, were recognised for their work in different subjects and year groups during the celebration of success evening.
Awards went to students who had made great progress and got outstanding results in subjects, including PE, English and maths.
Other youngsters picked up prizes for their entrepreneurship, and efforts to raise money for charity.
Priory’s head boy and girl helped to present the awards, while the evening also helped to raise money for Weston-based charity the Ian Ritchie Foundation.
Ian Ritchie was born with cystic fibrosis, and died aged 25 after an operation. The foundation established in his memory helps other families living with the condition.