Sandy Upper School were awarded Champion School Status for volunteering work and community efforts last week.
Working with the National Citizenship Service (NCS) the school has helped record numbers of students to participate in volunteering work, locally and nationally.
This has led to Sandy being recognised as a ‘Champion’ school.
Students have raised money for local charities and have taken part in a wide range of volunteering opportunities.
The National Citizen Service held a celebration in the State Rooms at the House of Commons with David Blunkett MP who explained how Sandy Upper had achieved ‘Champion School’ status.
Vice Principal, Lisa Goodship said “I am extremely proud of our students as they display their care for members of our community.”