An Eastbourne teacher has picked up a Rotary Recognition Award.
Nick Morris, who teaches at Ratton, was nominated by Eastbourne AM Rotary Club for his work with the club’s interact members. Interact is the national organisation for young Rotarians, and AM works with Ratton for the Interact Club, with it being made up of students from the school.
AM youth committee chair, Chris Purcell, said, “Nick has put so much time and effort in to the Interact Club. His drive, energy and commitment have ensured the number of pupils involved in interact has increased dramatically. He fully deserves the award.”
Nick was presented with his award by MP Caroline Ansell, who praised him for being special and for setting a great example to the children.
Nick has now stepped down from the role owing to a promotion at a work and he will be succeeded by Lauren Bennett as Interact Coordinator.
The news has also been welcomed by parents on social media