A 16-YEAR-OLD with severe anxiety has been nominated for this year’s St Pierre Park Hotel-sponsored Young Achiever of the Year award.
The nominator, who wished to remain anonymous, said Phoebe Palmeri’s school friends and teachers would agree that despite having a lot to deal with, she has continued to work hard in all of her subjects and decided to sit her GCSE exams even though she has struggled with anxiety.
‘Phoebe has worked extremely hard for her exams and has applied herself more than the teachers ever thought she would,’ the nominator said.
‘She works harder than anyone else and is always willing to help other people out.’
She described her as kind, caring and always there for her friends.
Now having finished education at La Mare d e Carteret High School, Phoebe has been offered a place to study Level 2 sports at the College of FE.
‘Phoebe has been as asset to La Mare over the last five years and everyone who knows her at the school believes she deserves the award for everything she has achieved and for all her determination.’
A WELL-ROUNDED student who has ‘excelled academically and socially’ has been nominated for the St Pierre Park-sponsored Pride of Guernsey Young Achiever award by her head of year.
AFTER coming to the island as an 11-year-old and immersing herself in island life, Evie Robinson has been nominated for a Pride of Guernsey award for her achievements in local netball.
It was netball coach Heidi Rosamund who sent the nomination for the S
JACOB BELLIS has been nominated for the Pride of Guernsey Young Achiever award, sponsored by St Pierre Park.
A ‘BRILLIANT ROLE MODEL’ has been nominated for this year’s Pride of Guernsey Young Achiever award, sponsored by St Pierre Park.
Jennifer Thomas was nominated by a member of the Guernsey Hockey club for being a brilliant role model in the hockey co
FOR her fundraising efforts and achievements as head girl at St Sampson’s High School, Jodie Mechem has been nominated for this year’s St Pierre Park-sponsored Young Achiever award.
A DETERMINED young boxer has been nominated for this year’s Pride of Guernsey Young Achiever award.
The St Pierre Park-sponsored award aims to give Guernsey’s youth a well-deserved pat on the back for hard work on something they should be proud of.
ZOE COLLINS’ fundraising efforts have won her recognition and a nomination in this year’s Young Achiever category, sponsored by the St Pierre Park Hotel.