In July, we were delighted to hear the news of Year 11 student Bella receiving the Diana Award.
Established in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, The Diana Award is the most prestigious accolade a young person aged 9-25 years can receive for their social action or humanitarian work.
Bella is a fierce advocate for eco-awareness and is a Youth Ambassador for the Born Free Foundation, Save the Asian Elephants and the Jane Goodall Institute. She’s also part of the Ivory Alliance - a group of ‘influencers’ and politicians working to combat the Illegal Wildlife Trade - and the Youth Director of Reserva which works to create the world’s first entirely youth-funded nature reserve.
Bella has spoken at the first Zero Hour March, The People’s March for Wildlife, the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference and the March Against Whaling all whilst juggling her GCSEs.
Bella’s tireless activism in raising awareness about the environment and conversation is an inspiration to the school and we are incredibly proud of the work she is doing to create and sustain positive change for the planet.