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CBA Recognised At Prestigious Safety Awards

CBA confirmed as one of the top three safest schools in the country.

Former headboy Jordon Joseph and headgirl  Jacquelene Tsiga accompanied Vice Principals Avril Bartley-Smith and Sarah Ashby to the gala evening held by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust at the Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel in London on Saturday.

The event made official that the Academy is one of the safest schools in the country.

Jordon and Jacquelene met  founder of the trust and father of Suzy Lamplugh, Paul Lamplugh at the awards ceremony (all three are pictured left).

The Trust was set up in 1986 following the disappearance of estate agent Suzy (her body has never been found) and works to promote personal safety.

The students were taken to the gala ceremony as recognition of all their hard work during their term as head students.

Principal Andrew Campbell said: "When you consider that there are 3,500 secondary schools in the country, it is a huge accolade to be recognised as in the top three safest. The honour is testament to the design of the building and also the work that goes on within the Academy to promote safety."

Following the ceremony the students visited the Tate Gallery to view some masterpieces before heading back to Corby on Sunday evening.