Natasha, who graduated from BCHS this summer, was presented an award for Science at the Inspirational Young Peoples’ Awards on Friday 23rd September 2016.
Natasha was nominated by Mrs Reeves, Associate Assistant Headteacher of Science, for her dedication to her studies. Natasha achieved a grade A in Biology, B in Physics and an A in Chemistry, which she studied in Year 10.
The Inspirational Young People’s Awards, organised by Every Action Has Consequences, celebrates the achievements of young people, who have overcome adversity. Natasha lost her mum 4 years ago, but this has not stopped her from being a determined young lady and has certainly not hampered her studies.
The work done by Every Action Has Consequences is inspired by Adam Rogers who was killed in 2009. He was an inspirational young man who made the world a better place. There are some fantastic young people out there who do challenging and amazing things and don’t always get the recognition they deserve.
The awards evening at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel was attended by Natasha, her father, grandparents and younger brother Nathan, who is in Year 7 at BCHS, along with Mrs Reeves and Mrs Deaville, previously Natasha’s and now Nathan’s Pastoral Manager.
Natasha’s dad, Steven, said “The whole family are very proud of Natasha’s achievements and know that she will do her best to achieve well in her A-levels as she continues her studies at St. Mary’s College.”