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Douglas Thomas Attendance Award

On Thursday 29th March, Clwyd Community Primary School recognised the sixth pupil for their outstanding achievement in attendance. School governor Douglas Thomas arrived to the school assembly to present the award that he has sponsored since 2016. While most of the previous winners were awarded for excellent attendance over a number of years, the award this time would go to a pupil who had kept attendance their priority while going through a challenging time in their life.

 

Logan Keeping is a Year 2 pupil in Clwyd’s Specialist Training Facility class. Logan had a particular condition that required multiple hospital appointments as well as an operation with recovery time. His grandmother, who he lives with, ensured that Logan only missed school time which was absolutely necessary and Logan was eager to return as soon as possible after the operation.

 

Logan was proud to be awarded at the assembly which was also attendance by parents as it was the Easter Bonnet parade.

 

Photographed (from left to right); Governor Douglas Thomas, pupil Logan Keeping and Attendance Officer Jonathan Kidwell.

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