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Youngsters are Rotary Stars

Eleven pupils at Mellor Primary School, Checketts Road, Leicester, have been recognised as Rotary Stars.

Nominated by teachers, friends or themselves, all 11 have demonstrated that they have have worked for the benefit of others.

All received a certificate and a lapel badge from Pam Spokes, the secretary of the Rotary Club of Leicester Novus, and member Jim Matthews at a celebration assembly at the school.

In addition, two also received gift vouchers of £5 as a reward for making exceptional efforts.

 

Harlanpreet Kaur, winner of a £5 gift voucher for being caring and thoughtful towards a new pupil and giving friendly support

Harlanpreet Kaur, winner of a £5 gift voucher for being caring and thoughtful towards a new pupil and giving friendly support

 

Ronnie Gohel,, winner of a £5 gift voucher for being an excellent role model for a child with SEND and a new pupil

Ronnie Gohel,, winner of a £5 gift voucher for being an excellent role model for a child with SEND and a new pupil

Karisma Kara, a Rotary Star for helping other children through being kind and supportive

Karisma Kara, a Rotary Star for helping other children through being kind and supportive

Raina Dineschandra, Mellor Rotary Star for showing kindness and thoughtfulness to others during a difficult time

Raina Dineschandra, Mellor Rotary Star for showing kindness and thoughtfulness to others during a difficult time

Rohit Kaler, Mellor Rotary Star for being ready to learn and generous and helpful to other pupils

Rohit Kaler, Mellor Rotary Star for being ready to learn and generous and helpful to other pupils

Hiral Patel, Mellor Rotary Star for his fantastic attitude towards learning and offering help to others

Hiral Patel, Mellor Rotary Star for his fantastic attitude towards learning and offering help to others

Shivakshi Rami, Mellor Rotary Star for being a good and reliable friend, always ready to help

Shivakshi Rami, Mellor Rotary Star for being a good and reliable friend, always ready to help

Anabia Faraz, Mellor Rotary Star for standing up for another child who was being teased

Anabia Faraz, Mellor Rotary Star for standing up for another child who was being teased

Bhakti Limbachiya, Mellor Rotary Star for commitment to learning and dedication to completing all her homework

Bhakti Limbachiya, Mellor Rotary Star for commitment to learning and dedication to completing all her homework

Krrish Limachiya, who was not photographed, was adjudged to be a Rotary Star for being helpful in class without prompting.

President Gemma Kiddy, who was also at the assembly presenting awards on behalf of The Spark Arts — her charity of the year last year — says: “These Rotary Star awards are designed to encourage good attitudes to learning, helping others and good citizenship.” Novus is working with other schools whose children deserve recognition and encouragement..

Our thanks to Mellor Primary School for supplying these photographs.