Well Done Hannah

Fractured Faith Blog is a team effort and always will be. It’s most definitely not just about me and I doubt it would even exist if it were not for the love and support of my family. I’m always keen to share the limelight with them. Today is no exception as we received a very pleasant surprise when Hannah arrived home from school yesterday afternoon, laden down with awards.

She was ill last week so missed her school’s prize giving ceremony. Little did we know but the little madam won a Science trophy, plaque and certificate for her work during the year. Well, I never saw that coming. Hannah is a very modest young lady so it was great to see her hard work and dedication throughout the year awarded. All we were missing was an open top bus parade around the village, although that was suggested.

The trophy has to be returned to the school next week for safe keeping, but we made the most of the photographic opportunities open to us. Adam and Rebecca finish their exams for the week today, so there will hopefully be an atmosphere of relief and celebration when I return home from work later. Here’s hoping there is more good academic news for Team Black just around the corner.

Well done Hannah. We are all very proud of you.

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  1. Outstanding! Now, Hannah, tell us – what was your science project about? Did you think it would bring you this much attention? What does it feel like to be a science whiz? *high fives* (Really, wouldn’t a parade be more fun with a horse drawn carriage so people could gently throw flowers at you?)

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  2. That is utterly fantastic. Being clever is the bomb. Congratulations and remember, you did this through your own hard work. A great win.

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