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Being an Outstanding Role Model – In and Out of School

Jeremy Turner
Being an Outstanding Role Model – In and Out...

It is a real privilege to work alongside so many outstanding students and hear about the brilliant ways that they represent themselves, their families and of course our school.

Just this week our Admissions Officer Mrs Smith was speaking to a prospective parent who went out of her way to let us know she had recently met our Head Boy, Rikesh.  (He was working at the time in John Lewis but they got talking and he said he attended Bushey Meads School).

The prospective parent said that she was so impressed with him and the way he spoke about our school that she wanted to let us know what a credit he is to us all. She commented that he spoke so highly about Bushey Meads School and presented himself in such a mature way that she found it hard to believe he was still at school.

I would like to congratulate Rikesh and all the students who each and every day are such great ambassadors for our fabulous learning community here at BMS.

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