We are really pleased to present our first ‘10:10 in Action’ Awards in college this week.
This award has been created to support and promote our college ethos, inspired by the quotation from John’s Gospel ‘I have come so that they may have life and live it to the full’ (John 10:10).
At Carmel, we aspire to ensure all our students live out our mission, not just academically but personally too. This award is a fantastic way to encourage and acknowledge students’ personal development and celebrate them ‘living life to the full’.
The following students have multiple entries in the “10:10 in Action” tracker. Here is one example of them ‘living life to the full’ in addition to their academic studies –
Hannah Reid – CAFOD soup kitchen involvement
Sharon Osara – Praised for continued interaction and thoughtful contribution in 10:10 sessions, especially 10:10 RE!
Kieran Thomerson – Volunteered in the Covid Vaccination Centre
Freya Peake – Volunteers in The Children’s Society charity shop
Maddie Rimmer – Outside of her studies helped the marketing team on a theatre production
Emmy Edwards – “I have a voice” campaign to combat period poverty
Lily Brown – Gone “above and beyond” in finding alternative opportunities and experiences for furthering knowledge and personal traits during the height of Covid
Jack Molyneux – Helps organise and run the Christmas event for Dog’s Charity including dressing as Santa for the children and the dogs!
Sarah Bate – Leading, writing and directing the ‘Prevent’ campaign with St.Helens council
Chloe Maudsley – Charity involvement including British Heart Foundation and MacMillian
Erin Ryan – Participates in three different college enrichment activities
Congratulations to all these students who received the award for demonstrating commitment to this ethos and understanding the relevance of this in their own lives.