All Saints Grammar students receive Watson School Leadership awards

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Two students at All Saints Grammar School in Belmore, Sydney, have been awarded the prestigious Watson School Leadership award by the Federal Member for Watson, Tony Burke MP.

The students were Year 12 School Captains, Vasileios and Karina.

The Watson School Leadership awards were established in 2009 and acknowledge high-achieving students who demonstrate strong leadership skills in their school environment.

In a post on Facebook, the School congratulated the students on their well-deserved recognition.

They also shared that Vasileios and Karina’s dedication and leadership serve as an inspiration to their peers and reflect the values of All Saints Grammar School.

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