Achievement Assembly 2015
A Quilters Junior School Assembly to celebrate the achievements of the 2014/15 Quiltonians RotaKids.thumbnail view
It's the end of the school year at Quilters Junior School, and many of our RotaKids are moving to a new Senior School. They will be sorely missed, but we couldn’t let the year end without recognising all they have achieved this last year.
Youth Services Chairman James Ilesley was on hand at a special Assembly at Quilters Junior School on Thursday July 9, with President Elect Mike Sinclair, Rotarian Peter Greene and HeadMaster Mike Wade.
Mike Wade started the assembly by celebrating the success of the school’s first RotaKids and its major achievements.
Introducing us as representatives of Rotary, he said “Rotary means Service above Self in helping others, and that is what you have done in your fundraising for Brain Tumour Research this year. You will see, that, as you are selfless in helping others, then you’ll find others like you and together you can achieve great things” he added. And a forest of hands rose in the air when he asked “who wants to be a RotaKid next year?”
Each RotaKid was presented with a Certificate of Achievement by Mike Sinclair recognising all they have done in the past year. Mike complimented them all their great work “It is an honur to recognise all that Quiltonians RotaKids have achieved this year” he said, as he handed each of them their Certificates of Achievement.