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Keswick School GCSE graduate celebrated by local accountants

Lamont Pridmore’s Philip Pridmore (left) presenting the Lamont Pridmore GCSE Business Studies Award 2017 to Charlotte Hardy, with Keswick School’s Headteacher, Simon Jackson (right).

[A] talented pupil at Keswick School has been presented with a prize by one of Cumbria’s leading accountancy firms, Lamont Pridmore, for her success in Business Studies.

Charlotte Hardy was chosen to receive the Lamont Pridmore GCSE Business Studies Award 2017 by her teachers and was presented with a trophy at an annual awards ceremony hosted at the school in Vicarage Hill.

According to her teachers, Charlotte demonstrated “super business skills throughout the course and has an excellent understanding of business theory, but also excels when participating in group work activities, demonstrating her enterprise and employability skills.”

Lamont Pridmore’s Senior Manager, Philip Pridmore, attended the event on 22 September 2017 to present the trophy and book tokens to the young business star.

Speaking after the ceremony he said: “On behalf of everyone at Lamont Pridmore I would like to congratulate Charlotte on her success in her Business Studies course.

“The teaching staff at Keswick School all speak very highly of her and it is clear that she is very deserving of this award, which I was delighted to present to her. I would like to wish her all the best in her future endeavours.”

Lamont Pridmore has sponsored the award at Keswick School for four years running now, alongside a number of similar awards that it runs with schools across Cumbria.

Graham Lamont, Chief Executive at Lamont Pridmore, said: “We are very proud of our long association with Keswick School, and other education institutions throughout the county.

“Recognising and promoting young business talent is key to the future of our region, as people like Charlotte and her peers may well be the back bone of our thriving local economy in years to come.”

Further information about Lamont Pridmore is available by telephoning 0800 234 6978 or emailing [email protected]

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