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Diversity stars help to celebrate pupil success

Jordan and Perri from Diversity help celebration of young talent at Academy Transformation Trust's first-ever national awards

Posted by Stephanie Broad | December 09, 2015 | Events

Britain’s Got Talent winners, Diversity, are helping to celebrate the talent of young pupils as they host Academy Transformation Trust’s first ever national awards. 

More than 100 pupils from across the country will be recognised at Academy Transformation Trust’s awards ceremony as it launches its much-anticipated Pupil Awards 2015.

Academy Transformation Trust (ATT) is a not for profit trust working with primary and secondary academies and further education providers in the Midlands, East of England and South East.

Taking place on Thursday, 10th December at Birmingham Council House, the Pupil Awards will bring together pupils, staff and parents from The Trust’s 18 academies to recognise and celebrate the pupils’ achievements.

Nominated by their principals, pupils from both primary and secondary academies will be awarded across 10 categories, including academic excellence, sport, innovation and community, overcoming adversity and leadership.

The event will be hosted by street dancers Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely from Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winners, Diversity, and the audience will be treated to performances from the winners of ATT’s 2015 pupil choir competition, Norwich Road Academy and The Hathaway Academy.

Ian Cleland, CEO of Academy Transformation Trust, said: “The Pupil Awards will enable all of our academies to come together and celebrate the achievements of our pupils. We are delighted to be hosting the awards for the first year as we believe it will give pupils the recognition they deserve in order to reach their full potential. At a time when ATT is growing, the awards will provide us with a platform to share best practice and our ambitions for the future.”

Jordan and Perri from Diversity added: “We’re so happy to be hosting the Pupil Awards. The ceremony is like nothing we have hosted before and we hope to bring a bit of fun to the day. Our motto is ‘Dream, Believe, Achieve’ and we aim to inspire young people with passion, therefore it’s a privilege to support young individuals across the academies and we can’t wait to present them with their awards!” 

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