January 18th 1985

Pupils Collect Awards

OVER 300 Pupils , past -pupils and parents packed the hall at NightingaleHigh School , Wanstead last Wednesday.
They were there to see the annual presentation of awards gained by pupils in 1984.
Guests of honour were Redbridge Mayor Councillor John Smith and Mayoress Councillor Audrey Toms . The Mayor congratulated students on their achievements and encouraged them to use their knowledge and skills for the good of the community.
Nightingale had record examination results . One student , Avinash Gupta , gained four A level passes , all at the top two grades.
But Nightingale is threatened with closure under Redbridge council proposals .
“Although the future is uncertain , the results of the school show that our motto this year has been “Business as Usual , “ said Headmaster Michael Wootton.

“That means we have continued our tradition of ever - improving standards leading to excellent results.”
Chairman of the governors , councillor Bert Hamilton welcomed the guests , including Redbridge education chairman Councillor John Ramsden.

Pictured above , certificate winners from left to right
Andrew Hackshall , Julia Haynes , Hilary Farren , Lubna Ghafoor , Jason Stanton.

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