BROMSGROVE School has been recognised for its voluntary work after making it to the third round of The Goldsmiths’ Company’s Community Engagement award.
The award celebrates the positive impact which schools make within their local communities.
Bromsgrove School pupils visit a local residential home and nurseries every week as a way of helping out and giving back to their community.
They organise games and activities for residents and children.
Finalists of the award will be invited to attend the Goldsmiths’ Hall in London for a chance to scoop cash prizes of around £1,000 to help boost school activities.
Teacher Miss Phoebe Woolley, said: “It was very easy for me to think of the wonderful initiatives that we have here.
“From our visits to residential homes, to hosting cafe mornings for teenagers who have hearing impairments, to fund-raising in aid of the Primrose Hospice.
“Our students work extremely hard to contribute to their community in a positive way and it is lovely to be recognised.”