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@StreetlyCareers @StreetlyAcademy In 1988 I left Streetly with CDE at A level. Since I have studied at Harvard and now sit on the UK board of major global branded business. It’s not what you get today but how you respond to the results. Today is just a small piece in life’s giant jigsaw.
Well done to the year 13 Class of 2019. https://t.co/n7mJ0uuDEJ
ATC was proud to support @StreetlyAcademy with its #prideawards2019 yesterday evening. Congratulations to all the winners on the night! 👏 We look forward to seeing to again next year. #liveevents #avhire #eventprofs #avtweeps https://t.co/tsoAHJPZdD
In case you missed it. Our "Making of/Evening of" Montage shown at the end of our 2019 Pride Awards. This is The Greatest Show. https://t.co/5o7dhEPUdS
If Carlsberg did school award ceremonies.... The Streetly Academy Pride Awards https://t.co/M4U5DB10XQ
An amazing awards evening at the Streetly Academy. Ben Smith is a complete inspiration! https://t.co/YVpI5LKKOl
Our year 8 recipients of full colours! Well done to all! Special mention to Ania and Evie who achieved full colours for the second year running AND Aaron, David and Scott who were the first boys in year 8 to achieve the accolade! https://t.co/ZzbJnwGPEV
LN I was honoured to attend the @StreetlyAcademy Pride Awards @ @AVFCOfficial Holte Suite where I was able to thank the amazing staff, students & families for supporting @TeenageCancer & one of their peers who's been incredibly resilient throughout treatment. Over £11k raised❤ https://t.co/4hUSsqmUBZ
Thanks to everyone involved in tonight's Pride Awards!!!
Sportsman of the Year 2018-2019: Bradley Burgess, Aaron Ruby, Ben Lucas, Henry Grigg
Sportswoman of the Year 2018-2019: Lyla Hughes, Kaicee Griffin, Grace McFarland, Katie Taylor
DANCER OF THE YEAR 2018-2019: Romann Robinson, Lily Reekie, Keiron Hendricks-Douglas, Ellie Youngson, Mia Shakespeare, Ysabelle Palmer, Kira Hergenhahn, Libby Cashmore-Clifton, Eloise Clapham
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