East Ender Prince is runner up in city-wide student awards
EAST End student Prince Ahmed, from St Paul s Way Community School in Mile End has been picked as a runner up in the Business and Enterprise category of the London Student Awards. The awards celebrate achievement and encourage the next generati
EAST End student Prince Ahmed, from St Paul's Way Community School in Mile End has been picked as a runner up in the Business and Enterprise category of the London Student Awards.
The awards celebrate achievement and encourage the next generation of writers, scientists, artists and musicians throughout London's secondary schools.
This year's awards had the theme 'My School, My City and Me' and in the Business and Enterprise category which Prince was shortlisted for students were asked to write a short proposal on about how they would promote their school through a viral.
Fifteen-year-old Prince was picked as a runner up for his proposal about how to promote and market a viral about his school in Sherlmerdine Close which included involving the community and showcased the talents of teachers and pupils.
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He said: "I chose the Business and Enterprise category because I'm good at the subject - I love it. I want to be a businessman.
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