BSME launches student award for exceptional serviceJune 16, 2017, 7:25 am GMT
British Schools in the Middle East (BSME) has launched the BSME Ed Goodwin Award for Exceptional Service to recognise the exceptional contribution of students in BSME schools to their local or global community.
The award is named after Ed Goodwin, who has served as BSME chairman for 12 years.
Any student registered with a BSME School may be nominated for the award; each school can only nominate one student.
Students nominated for this award will have consistently demonstrated qualities of compassion, caring and even entrepreneurship, and will have made extraordinary contributions to enrich the life of others within their school or global community. They will have demonstrated that they care for the world and its peoples beyond their own direct experience. They will have documented, exceptional service to either one cause, project or organisation, or a variety of voluntary service activities within one year.
The BSME Ed Goodwin Award for Exceptional Service will be awarded to one student in each country represented by BSME. Nominations, submitted by January 31 annually, will be judged by country representatives, supported by two additional BSME headteachers. Country representatives will inform the BSME office of their country winner by mid-February and submit the student's nomination; one overall winner will be selected by the BSME Chairman.
The country winners and the overall winner will be announced at the Annual Headteachers Conference each year.
For more information, visit: www.bsme.org.uk/the-bsme-ed-goodwin-award
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