On Friday 29th April, Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill students attended the Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner Awards 2022. The event recognised the outstanding contribution that volunteers, dedicated staff and partners have made to policing, the criminal justice system and the local community. Volunteers and staff from across the public, private and voluntary sector came together at a special ceremony in Winchester to receive their awards and celebrate the difference they have made to help the lives of others and make communities safer.
The Lord’s Hill Anti-Bullying Ambassadors were runners up for the Amazon Web Services Cyber Ambassador School Award and one of the team, Sahar Homary, proudly won an award. Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, selected Sahar as the CyberHub Trust Cyber Ambassador of the Year Award. Donna presented her with the prestigious award and accompanying prize.
The nomination for Sahar said,
‘Sahar has been an impressive Cyber Ambassador at Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill. She is an exceptional communicator. She rapidly understands information around cyber security and expertly shares with her fellow students.’
Principal, Benjamin Bond said,
'I couldn’t be prouder of Sahar and our anti-bullying ambassadors. It is an important scheme for us to ensure our students are safe online. She embodies our ethos to be inclusive and to respect differences and we are delighted to see her win this award.’