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Teacher and pupils receive awards at London ceremony

PUBLISHED: 12:21 28 March 2018 | UPDATED: 12:21 28 March 2018

Hayden Lee, winner of Budding Linguist at the annual Ormiston Academies Trust awards. Picture provided by Ormiston Denes Academy, Gary Williams photgraphy.

Hayden Lee, winner of Budding Linguist at the annual Ormiston Academies Trust awards. Picture provided by Ormiston Denes Academy, Gary Williams photgraphy.

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An academy is celebrating the success of two pupils and a teacher at an annual awards ceremony in London.

Principle Ben Driver and teacher Mark Armstrong at Ormiston Academies Trust awards. Picture provided by Ormiston Denes Academy, Gary Williams photgraphy.Principle Ben Driver and teacher Mark Armstrong at Ormiston Academies Trust awards. Picture provided by Ormiston Denes Academy, Gary Williams photgraphy.

Jose Alfonso, Hayden Lee and Mark Armstrong, from Ormiston Denes Academy in Lowestoft, each had their achievements recognised at the Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT) Awards after hundreds of nominations were submitted by OAT’s 36 academies across the country.

Year 11 student Jose won the Inspirational Learner Award, sponsored by Net Zero Buildings, Year 9 student Hayden won Budding Linguist sponsored by Barker Associates and EO Consulting collaboration, and teacher Mark Armstrong won Enrichment Champion, sponsored by Ormiston Trust.

The awards were hosted by BBC presenter, Michelle Ackerley.

Ben Driver, principal at Ormiston Denes Academy, said: “They are a credit to the ​academy and OAT, and we are delighted that their achievements have been recognised.”

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