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La’ali Imam-Gutierrez from Heaton Manor School in Newcastle wins the 2013 prize.
The prize rewards young people in the north-east for outstanding academic achievements and civic contributions, as well as an active interest in history, politics, or public service.
The Secretary of State for Education will present La’ali Imam-Gutierrez from Heaton Manor School in Newcastle with her prize at the London School of Economics in February.
The 9 runners up are:
|Alexandra Campbell||Fyndoune Community College, Durham|
|Amelia Hughes||Carmel College, Darlington|
|Angus Kirk||The King Edward VI School Morpeth, Northumberland|
|Ben Rowden||The King’s Academy, Middlesbrough|
|Catherine Hunter||Ponteland High School, Northumberland|
|Dominic Lynn||Durham Community Business College, Durham|
|Jonathan McGuigan||Prudhoe Community High School, Northumberland|
|Kieran Parker||Castle View Enterprise Academy, Sunderland|
|Samantha Hunter||Bishop Barrington School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne|
Find out more about the Lord Glenamara Memorial Prize, Lord Glenamara and the 2012 winner.
Published: 14 January 2014
From: Department for Education