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CCF Awards 2020

CCF Awards 16th September 2020

 

 

 

The first award is for the ‘Ethos Trophy’, please may I invite up S/Lt Baggott to present the RN awards.

The Ethos Trophy goes to the cadet who over the past academic year has demonstrated the finest example of our Corps value’s within the Royal Navy Combined Cadet force. These values include showing great commitment to our CCF unit, taking challenges head on with courage, being disciplined within themselves, and showing respect to others, having integrity and being loyal. This cadet over the past year has really developed as a young man and team player, demonstrating and growing on all of these fantastic qualities. So this year’s award winner is, Leading Hand, Ajay Jones

The next award is for the ‘Nelson Trophy’.

The Nelson Trophy is very special to our Royal Navy unit, and goes back in History to Vice – Admiral Horatio Nelson who was a British flag officer in the royal navy. He was noted for his inspirational leadership and grasp of strategy, which together resulted in a number of decisive British naval victories. Emulating these qualities is an individual who has shown exceptional leadership skills within the cadets, and really stepped up to the mark under high demands. This young man has demonstrated these values incredibly well, so this year’s award winner is, Petty Officer, Rio Owen

The Next award is for the ‘Meteor Award’, please may I invite up FS Horobin to present the RAF awards.

The Meteor Award goes to the cadet who over the past academic year has demonstrated the finest example of our corps values within the Royal Air Force Combined Cadet Force. The meteor being the first British fighter jet to achieve combat operations during the Second World War, this award also replicates being agile, adaptable and to thrive on challenges set in front of them. These values include showing great commitment to our CCF unit, being disciplined within themselves, showing respect to others, having integrity and being loyal. This cadet over the past year has really developed as a young man and team player, demonstrating and growing on all of these fantastic qualities. So this year’s award winner is, Cadet Malachy Finn

The Next award is for the ‘Per Ardua Award’.

The Per Ardua Award being the motto of the RAF Regiment, ‘Through Adversity’ demonstrates how this individual is capable and focused on any situation set in front of them. The regiment is the RAF’s elite infantry specialists, being founded in 1942 and holding many honours from WW2 – recent campaigns demonstrating the calibre of this award. Emulating these qualities is an individual who has shown exceptional leadership skills within the cadets, and really stepped up to the mark under high demands. This young lady has demonstrated these values incredibly well, so this year’s award winner is, Cadet Emily Rogers.

The next award is for the ‘Victory Award’.

Please may I invite up Lt Crocker to present these awards.

The Victory Award goes to the most improved cadet over the academic year over both sections, and is voted for by the cadet NCO’s. This is a very prestigious award, and a very tough decision with all of our cadets showing amazing qualities. However, this individual stood out by being positive, happy and determined to take on any challenge set. Being smart, polite, presentable at all times shows what we stand for and our high standards within Phoenix CCF. This cadet shows great consistency and we look forward to seeing him develop into a great leader. So this year’s award winner is, Cadet Harry Rilett – Malborn.

The final award is for the ‘Contingent Commanders Cup’

The Contingent Commanders Cup is an award that will go to any cadet across the cadet forces, it is for someone who has shown overall passion and drive supporting the unit in every avenue. They exceed expectations and give 100% of their time and energy to the betterment of their fellow cadets, setting the example for all. Since the CCF launched at Phoenix in 2017, this young lady has been a huge driving force and a voice of the cadets. She has grasped every opportunity with both hands, and is an absolute credit to herself for what she has achieved. This cadet leaves us, and embarks on a new career in the RAF in the near future. Thank you for all what you have done for Phoenix CCF, you have left big shoes to fill. So this year’s award winner is, CWO Marina Bridges.

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Mrs M Bytheway
Phoenix Collegiate
Clarkes Lane,
West Bromwich,
West Midlands,
B71-2BX

T: 0121 588 8384E: info@phoenix.sandwell.sch.uk