STUDENTS were left speechless after one dedicated headteacher decided to personally deliver their end of year awards.

Wildridings Primary School headteacher Simon Cope ensured students got the celebration they deserve before they head off to big school in September.

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Usually, the school would have run an end of year awards ceremony for their Year 6 pupils but due to lockdown restrictions prohibiting mass gatherings, things looked a little different this year.

Simon Cope said: "The awards presented are ones which have been given to the school by past members of staff or stakeholders. Unfortunately, due to the current situation we were unable to run.

"However, we decided to take the awards to the children! This was a complete surprise to the children and their faces were priceless."

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Teachers Mr and Mrs Milns also helped with the surprise by loaning their luxurious yellow sports car to make the day even more special.

Proud parents even stepped outside with their children as they received an award to remember the unique occasion.

Mr Cope added: "We presented 17 awards in all and they were certainly well deserved. Families came out for photo opportunities and at one house we were even presented with a full spread food.

"A huge thank you also needs to go to Mr. Amoah, Miss Hall and Mrs Milns for accompanying us on this journey - from presenters to film crew - they did it all.

"It was a really special time and one we are so pleased we managed to pull off. What a way to end 2020."