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More CBA Nominees Shortlisted For County Awards

Two more students have been shortlisted for Northamptonshire’s Children and Young People's Partnership awards.

Year 10 student Elizabeth Smith (pictured) and Year 9 student Thomas Woodward were nominated for the awards, which recognise the talent and contributions of young people in the county.

Elizabeth has been shortlisted for Outstanding Contribution to the Environment for the dedication she has shown to the CBA Gardening Club.

Thomas is in the running for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts, thanks to the host of artwork he has produced for the library and classrooms, above and beyond his schoolwork.

He is likely to be one of the first students to achieve Gold through the Children's University because of the amount of time he spends on his artwork.

Elizabeth and Thomas join CBA's Under-13 Cricket Team, which has been nominated for Team of the Year, and former Sixth Form student Jordon Joseph, who was put forward for the volunteering and contributions to the community awards.

The group has been invited to the award ceremony at Sywell Aerodrome on October 14th.

Head of Aspirations Kirsty Farrar, who put the students forward for the awards, said: "We have quite a few who have been shortlisted and I'm so proud of what they've achieved."