Inspirational Story of Growing Up in Poverty in Uganda

We were delighted to welcome Stephen Seki back into school this morning to talk to our Year 9 students.

Stephen shared with students his inspirational story of growing up in poverty in Uganda; moving to the UK aged 10 and following his dream to become a pharmacist.

Stephen’s personal yet powerful message about his journey was a great start to the students enrichment day.  He encouraged students to work hard on their dream, use failure as a tool for success, build resilience and to never give up!

“It was wonderful to hear Stephen talk with such passion which clearly resonated with everyone in the room.”  Mrs Hussain, Careers Leader

Thank you to Next Steps South West for supporting this day.