RPC Awards

The RPC Award is presented, on an ad hoc basis, to any boy (or group of boys) who have demonstrated an appreciation of the RPC’s values of charity, giving your time and/fostering community spirit. So, if your boys have recently taken part in anything charitable or community-minded, please let their form tutor know.

See below our most recent recipients…

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Shaylan D

This term's RPC Award goes to Shaylan (Year 3) for requesting that his birthday money is donated to his mother's charity - Forever Angels - in Tanzania.

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Nabil A

Nabil received this award for his kindness towards the homeless. He spontaneously rushes and buys them food and drinks with his own money.

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Ruben and Milan T

Ruben (Year 3) and Milan (Reception) decided to have a huge sort out of their books and toys and donate to their local hospital in Epsom.

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Zachary B

The latest winner of our RPC Award is Zachary (Year 1). Since he was 3 years old, Zachary has been taking part in an initiative through his Sunday school where he visits Lynton Hall Care Home in New Malden once a month, to sing gospel songs to the residents and spend time with them. What a fantastic way to give your time, Zachary. Many congratulations!

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Noah S

Our winner this week is Noah S (Year 3). Noah was inspired by his school topic of the Rainforest to get involved with a local environmental charity in Costa Rica during his family’s trip there over Christmas. He used his own pocket money to purchase a tree and plant it in the rainforest.

Great support for a worthwhile cause - many congratulations Noah.

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Max W

Congratulations to this week’s winner of the RPC Award, Max (Year 1). Max recently set up a cake stall outside his house to raise money for the wildlife across Australia which is suffering desperately due to the wildfires. Well done Max!

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Alexander F

This week’s winner of the RPC Award is Alexander in Year 3. Alexander went carol singing with his sisters last month and managed to raise over £100 for the School’s charities.

Congratulations Alexander, a wonderful achievement!

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Oli M

During the Christmas break Oli in Year 1 spent time preparing packages of clothes, shoes and toys and delivering them personally to the Durban North Baby Home in South Africa which cares for abandoned and orphaned children from 0 to 6 years.

He and his sister also supported and befriended children from the local township during his stay. Many congratulations Oli - a very worthy winner of this week’s RPC Award.