September 2 2014 Latest news:
Saturday, June 7, 2014
Two Hampstead schoolgirls have won a London-wide advertising competition to promote careers with the NHS.
South Hampstead High School pupils Ruby Gray and Suki Kamouna, both 13, won the regional heat of the national schools’ competition with their film and eye-catching poster to advertise a job as an NHS chef.
The Step into the NHS competition aims to promote the variety of jobs on offer within the National Health Service.
Headmistress Helen Pike said: “We are thrilled that our students have won this important prize.
“This competition has proven to be a valuable classroom tool, engaging students with the workings of the health service and the different career options available to them. The hard work and effort invested in their project reflects their commitment and dedication.”