Jodie Anderson was awarded the Captain David Seath Memorial Endeavour Salver at St Margaret’s RC Primary School’s Class of 2022 Awards Ceremony earlier this week.
The personal qualities of resilience, dedication and leadership were at the core of the Commando ethos which former pupil, Captain David Seath, demonstrated to the men and women under his command to set the standard for others to follow.
St Margarets RC Primary School have established this memorial salver award to recognise and celebrate the spirit of David’s commando ethos in young people, who show the aforementioned qualities to aspire toward positive futures.
Deputy Head Teacher, Donna Mulholland said:
“Throughout her years in St Margaret’s, we have seen Jodie grow in both confidence and resilience. She is a kind, caring and friendly girl who always has a smile on her face. Jodie approaches everything she does with positivity and determination to succeed. Even when she finds things challenging, she never gives up.
“She is enthusiastic about her learning and always shows commitment to everything she undertakes. Jodie has been one of our Learning Champions this year as well as a Playground Pal. Jodie is an excellent role model for younger pupils and always leads by example. She gets involved in the wider life of the school and always thinks about others.”
The award was presented by Libby Seath, who said:
“This award recognises someone who has worked hard and has shown dedication and perseverance to strive towards doing their very best. What’s more, the award recognises kindness, compassion, dependability and leadership. I am delighted to have presented this award to Lawrence, which is richly deserved and we wish him the very best in the future.”
We offer our congratulations to Jodie and our sincere thanks to St Margaret’s RC Primary School for their continued support of David’s legacy.