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News article: Carshalton High School girls win philanthropy award

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Four year 9 students made a presentation on how offenders can turn their lives around through education and won a £3,000 grant for a charity – the Prisoners’ Education Trust (PET).

Mr Brake said: “I would like to congratulate Carshalton High School for Girls for winning this prestigious award and in particular the four remarkable students whose hard work contributed to the success.

“It is great to see young people who are switched on and interested in charity work."


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