We are thrilled to announce that Cumberland School’s Bridge Campus has been shortlisted for the Community Education Awards 2019.
The school has has been shortlisted for the ‘Anti-bullying Initiative’ in the Action against Bullying and Cyber Bullying Award Category. The Community Education Awards are an annual celebration and recognition of schools’ efforts to help children and young people become responsible community members. Affiliated to The Police Community Clubs of Great Britain, the Awards reward school projects and teachers who help improve the lives of pupils and their local communities. This year’s awards attracted over 7,500 entrants, quadruple the number of nominations from the inaugural year in 2011.
Sue Gill, Head Teacher of the Bridge Campus, proudly commented:
We are all thrilled that we have been shortlisted for judging. At Cumberland School’s Bridge Campus we take pride in the fact that there are low numbers of bullying incidents within school and our pupils are constantly learning on a daily basis about bullying issues. We have everything crossed that our entry wins the vote of the judges because the pupils and staff at Bridge would really deserve this award.
We look forward to the announcement of the winners – best of luck!