George returns to SES for Sixth Form Charity Dinner
Over one hundred Sixth Form students at the Stamford Endowed Schools have enjoyed a charity formal dinner, raising £400 for the Matt Hampson Foundation.
The foundation supports those suffering serious injury or disability, with a focus on those whose injuries have arisen through sport. Please click here for more information on the Matt Hampson Foundation.
Students enjoyed a two-course dinner and were entertained with an inspirational Speech by Old Stamfordian, George Robinson, who left the Schools in 2017.
George discussed his life, disability and opportunity, and spoke about his most recent role as Isaac in the Netflix show ‘Sex Education’.
He describes his character as a troublemaker who is new to the series, and who plays the ‘vulnerability card’ to get up to mischief. To read more about George and his latest role, please click here.
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