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Ambassador Award

Devonshire Ambassador Trophy - Stephan and Anirvinya 2015The joint winners of the 2015 Ambassador Trophy are Anirvinya Sood and Stefan Bokula. Every member of staff votes for the Year 6 pupil who has made the greatest all-round contribution throughout their Devonshire Primary career and this is the first time that we have had a tie since the trophy was introduced in 2007. These are the words which were spoken in our special Leavers’ Assembly in front of the whole school (plus the winners’ parents who were surprise guests).

"Our first winner is a young man with excellent attendance – 98.66%. He is polite. He is clever. He is hard-working. He has the ability to be able to speak to absolutely anybody, whatever their age. Everything he does, he does well, whether it is inside the classroom or onstage. He is one of the hungriest readers, reading books almost as fast as Mrs Scrivens can buy them. He is a supremely efficient hall-monitor and his name is Anir Sood.

"Our second joint winner again has a tremendous attendance record – 99.73%. He is a larger than life character who has travelled far in his time at Devonshire. Football mad, he seems to change his football team allegiance more frequently than he changes his socks! He is loud and I cannot imagine Merit Assemblies next year without his efficient support distributing and collecting the Merit lists. Many of you will not know that he possesses the coolest middle names in the school. Our Joint Ambassador Trophy winner for 2015 is Stefan Jose Junior Bokula."

Congratulations to our two very deserving winners.

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