This page explores life beyond the school gates and celebrates some of the incredible people working hard to support the Adswood Community.
Adeel- Local Shop Owner Is Praised For His Generosity
Adeel Ahmed was praised by the local community of Adswood today. In lockdown Adeel gave away lots of food to local families. He has owned Adswood News for 13 years and has been an important member of the local area. Adeel is very hardworking and has three young children who all attend Adswood Primary School. Adam, Adeel’s 10 year old son says ‘My dad is nice to people who come in the the shop and i’m very proud of what he does’
By Adam (Y6)
Jeff- As Fresh As They Come
The Head boy, Head girl and Headteacher at Adswood Primary School were extremely proud to award Jeff with a ‘Community Award’ today, along with letters of praise and thanks from the children. Jeff, who runs a charity called ‘Fresh Food’, has supported our families throughout the lockdown, providing food provisions by the van full. Just days after the government announced they would not be extending the Free School Meals provision over half term, Jeff turns up again, to make sure no child goes hungry in these testing times. Congratulations on your award Jeff, it is well and truly deserved.
Stockport Together- Local Legends
This dedicated team of volunteers have been working tirelessly to provide food parcels and hot meals free of charge for the Adswood Community. They are our newest ‘Adswood Community Champions’ and we couldn’t be more proud to award them these certificates (especially if it means they save me a portion of that lasagne – delicious!)
Morrisons Cheadle Heath
A great big thank you to the Morrisons Community Champions for their continued donations to our school and thank you to all those Morrisons customers who have been kind enough to contribute. It is all very much appreciated.
Rev. Lindsay and Davenport Methodist Church
Rev. Lindsay and her team at Davenport Methodist Church have been working tirelessly to gather and organise the kind donations from their church community, as well as providing the resources for every child in school to make a christingle, either at home or at the church led event. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to the community.
Waitroise/ John Lewis
A huge thank you Waitrose / John Lewis, for their very generous donation of £660 which will be put towards developing the outdoor areas of school.
If you know of someone who you feel deserves an ‘Adswood Primary Community Champion’ award, please send us an email.