Jack Petchey Foundation
If you think you can, you can!
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07 February 2014

Jesse Lucas - Higham's Park School

Jesse has been involved with the Jack Petchey Foundation over a range of programmes, having won an Achievement Award, graduated from the Achiever's Network and represented the Foundation at various events.

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06 February 2014

Canons School - Astronomy Club

Eager stargazers from Canon's High School are buoyed by the school's astronomy club, and recently enjoyed a visit to the Bayfordbury Observatory.

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04 February 2014

Young people share their views on Social Media

The Jack Petchey Foundation, Media Trust and London Live held a debate at ITV offering young people the chance to discuss the pros and cons of social media!

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31 January 2014

Jonathan Bennett - Cumberland School

Achievement Award winner and Speak Out Challenge participant Jonathan is the Young Mayor for Newham!

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31 January 2014

Benita Jayaseelan - Ilford High School

14 year old Benita Jayaseelan spent nearly a month aiding the social and educational development of young children at an Indian orphanage.

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27 January 2014

Sharon Lee LA - Petts Wood FC

Petts Wood FC Welfare Officer Sharon Lee won a Jack Petchey Leader Award for her role in shaping young leaders in Bromley!

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23 January 2014

Rebecca Knill - City University

Speech and Language Therapy graduate Rebecca Knill worked in Cambodia to help young people affected by lip and palate cleft.

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22 January 2014

Ryan Davis - St Bonaventure's School

Animal lover Ryan won a Jack Petchey award for his commitment to caring for animals, and brought a couple of fiery additions to his school with his award money...

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21 January 2014

Table tennis finals culminate in spectacular fashion!

The third Jack Petchey London Schools' Team Table Tennis Finals took place in mid January at the University of East London.

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16 January 2014

Step into Dance reaches landmark!

This week Step into Dance signed up its 200th school to the programme!