Caitlin is rewarded for fantastic effort and achievements

Rushden Chichele Club makes awards every year to two local secondary schools, Ferrers School and Wollaston School, to recognise the achievements of their Year 12 and 13 students.

They are not simply awards for academic brilliance but take into account the contribution the student has made to the school and community life as well as recognising their own personal achievements.

Recently, Wollaston School held its Sixth Form Presentation evening and Chichele President Bill Randles was present to award the Andy Todd Trophy to Young Achiever of the Year Caitlin Carter, whose ambition is to be a midwife.

She was a sixth form ambassador and house captain, she completed 150 hours of hospital work experience, did voluntary work in a local hospital, worked for Rushden-based help service for the elderly SERVE and earned some pocket money by working in a pharmacy.

In addition, Caitlin kept completely up-to-date with her academic school work.

Caitlin was awarded the Andy Todd Trophy and a cheque for £50.