Winner of Young Achiever of the Year – Primary

Jake Snell from Oulton Broad Primary, with  Amber Brinkley and Niki Rousseau from EDF Energy

Jake Snell from Oulton Broad Primary, with Amber Brinkley and Niki Rousseau from EDF Energy

Jake Snell – Oulton Broad Primary

Jake is currently in Year 5 but is performing well above national expectations in all subjects. He is performing in maths and reading at the expected level of a Year 7 pupil, and in writing at the level of a Year 6 pupil. Jake is described as model pupil, acts as a role model to his peers and is a member of the school council.

 

 

 

 

 

Shortlisted Finalists

Aidan Caulfield – Causton Junior School

When he started at Causton, Aidan would have been considered below the national average in his education. However, this year he has made exceptional progress – particularly in writing. He now spends much of his time out of school writing sci-fi stories using a range of extremely varied and mature vocabulary. He loves to write and when his stories have been read anonymously to his class mates, the children have been unable to identify it as the writing of a child!

 

Joshua Branley – Place Farm Primary Academy

Josh is in Year 6, and has outstanding ability in maths, so much so his teachers considered entering him for his GCSE this year. He loves challenging himself, and is aware of his special ability but he never shows off or boasts to his school friends. He is well liked and is a great role model who is looked up to by other students. He tries to be the best at everything he does and with his maths he has well and truly achieved this.