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Motivational speaker Mr Beezy inspires sixth formers at All Saints School in Dagenham

PUBLISHED: 10:05 10 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:05 10 September 2018

Mr Beezy spoke to sixth formers at All Saints Catholic School in Dagenham about the importance of hard work. Picture: N Pauro

Mr Beezy spoke to sixth formers at All Saints Catholic School in Dagenham about the importance of hard work. Picture: N Pauro

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A motivational speaker visited All Saints School in Dagenham to prepare pupils for the new academic year.

On Wednesday, Mr Beezy spoke to sixth formers in the Wood Lane school about the importance of working hard to achieve success.

Mr Beezy takes his #NoGrindNoGlory message to schools across east London, delivering workshops and motivational assemblies.

Assistant headteacher Nicholas Pauro said: “It was fantastic to have Mr Beezy in, especially as the year restarts.

“It was fantastic to see our pupils thank him in person for making a positive difference to them and online via twitter.”

Mr Beezy giving his speech, focusing on his message #NoGrindNoGlory. Picture: N PauroMr Beezy giving his speech, focusing on his message #NoGrindNoGlory. Picture: N Pauro

The school is encouraging students to take a three-pronged attitude to their studies this year, focusing on faith, hard work and RUAH (respect, understanding, affection and humour). Miss Bateman, the wellbeing manager for Sixth Form, said Mr Breezy’s message fit well to the school’s ethos.

One student said they left feeling “refreshed” after the talk, and went home and read a book for their English class from which they’d been procrastinating.

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