Freddie Herzog

An Ellesmere College Sixth Form Student was recently awarded a High Sheriff's Award for his outstanding display of good citizenship.

The recipient was Freddie Herzog in the Sixth Form at Ellesmere who actually had the certificate presented to him at the first  Headmaster's Assembly of the term since he had been at a Woodard Schools' Masterclass Course at Oxford University when the High Sheriff of Shropshire, Anne Gee, held her presentation evening recently.

Alongside studying for his A levels, Freddie is a student working towards his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award. It was the teacher who runs the Duke of Edinburgh programme at the School, Ros McCarthy, who originally nominated Freddie for the Young Citizens Award. She commented, 'Freddie is a stalwart senior member of the Pupil School Council and has for many year patiently supported individual pupils, giving them additional support for learning, listening to them reading and helping with prep. I was delighted to give Freddie the opportunity for this external recognition of his good citizenship. '       

29th April 2009  Back to News