Musaleen was runner up but he did absolutely brilliantly against some pretty tough competition from around Bradford.
He delivered a powerful speech on disability with confidence in front of a daunting audience in the Pictureville Cinema. Tauheed (as our school runner up) acted as the event’s official timekeeper (‘I loved timekeeping sir, it was really fun!’).
Musaleen now has a framed certificate which was presented to him by Judith Cummins MP.
Thank you to Ms. Campbell for taking the boys down and supporting them during their workshops both in school and at the event.
This is fantastic. A wonderful example of two of our students stepping out of their comfort zones, standing up, being brave, developing their skill set and making a difference!
- Mr. Wade