Yesterday, we welcomed the High Sheriff of Warwickshire to Studley High School. Simon Miesegaes’ role, is as the Queen’s representative in Warwickshire for all matters relating to the maintenance of law and order and supporting voluntary and statutory organisations in the area.
After being appointed for 2019-2020 by the Crown, Simon Miesegaes wrote to school, asking to come and visit us and explain his role, tour the site, and deliver a short assembly, highlighting how important it is for young people to ‘do their bit’ to become responsible citizens. He also introduced Crime Beat – a charity aimed at encouraging young people to focus on crime prevention.
Finally, he asked for us all to consider those ‘unsung heroes’ at school – to be nominated for the award at a formal awards ceremony next year.
It has been a delight to welcome Simon to Studley High School. His message of community and ‘doing our bit’ is one that resonates with our school ethos.
We are looking forward to nominating our unsung heroes at Studley High School to support the High Sheriff’s Awards next year.
Mr Gray, Principal