News in brief: Bikers, pupils and school dinners

Honour for deaf biker A DEAF motor cycle mechanic student who did not let his impairment hold him back was honoured for his work. Conrad Kaad, 21, from Manor Drive, Wembley, won a champion s prize for paint refinishing at the College of North West

Honour for deaf biker

A DEAF motor cycle mechanic student who did not let his impairment hold him back was honoured for his work.

Conrad Kaad, 21, from Manor Drive, Wembley, won a champion's prize for paint refinishing at the College of North West London annual Industry Day last month.

He joined 13 other trade skills champions at a Wembley presentation, which celebrated their achievements.


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It adds up to pupils' hard work

STUDENTS who have participated in engineering master classes are to have their hard work honoured at a ceremony on Saturday.

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All pupils who attended the master classes, held by Tina Patel, a maths teacher at Claremont school, in Claremont Avenue, Kingsbury, will be collecting certificates at the Royal Institution in Green Park.

The classes taught pupils about the vocational uses of maths.

Choice is on the menu

SCHOOLS have the chance to cast their votes and nominate their caterer for the borough's first School Chef of the Year Award.

The competition, which runs throughout the summer term, invites Brent schools to vote for their kitchen manager, whether in-house or a contract caterer, in two categories - one for primary schools and one for secondary and special schools.

For a nomination form call Karen Wood on 020 8937 3418.

Tasty news at shopping centre

A PRETZEL phenomenon has come to a shopping centre offers traditional handmade varieties in varying flavours.

The new Auntie Anne's Pretzel store in Broadway Shopping Centre in Hammersmith Broadway, is the second store in London to offer traditional handmade pretzels.

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