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Speak Out Assembly Final
On Wednesday 21st November, four speakers battled it out to earn the right to represent Bishop Ramsey at the Hillingdon finals of the Jack Petchey Speakout Challenge.
The ‘speak-off’ took place in assembly and year 10 students Elena Manchorova, Mae Mahdessi-Sarkissian, Thea Cook and Georgia Hunt spoke eloquently and passionately about mental health, the NHS, the education system and social media.
The winner was judged by a panel of Mrs Adamson, Mrs Neal and Mr Britton. Georgia came first, with Thea as runner-up. All students demonstrated fantastic dedication and energy in their preparation and the crafting of their speeches, which had to be delivered without notes, completely from memory.
Congratulations to all the speakers; well done on reaching a high standard of excellence and ensuring the voices of young people are heard in such a positive way.
Miss C Wells
Assistant Head (English and Literacy)