Points of Light award

Today I am very honoured and surprised that my charity work with ‘Teach Us Too’ has been recognised by the Prime Minister for a Points of Light award.

Receiving this award on World Book Day is especially poignant as I strive to be a voice for the voiceless, so that all children are taught to read and write regardless of their educational label.

9 thoughts on “Points of Light award

  1. Jonathan what an extraordinary achievement. Congratulations to you and your family! May your charity go from strength to strength.

    Sending you my warmest regards,

    Louise

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  2. Congratulations Jonathan. It is a joy to see your achievements continue to be recognised and influence important decision makers. I look forward to more news like this in the future. God bless you
    Love Trish Bonnett

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  3. Well done Jonathan, and congratulations. I am delighted the Prime Minister can recognise the value of Teach Us Too amidst all the other demands on his time. Keep up the fantastic work…..
    Henny and John

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  4. Hi Jonathan. I’ve just finished reading your book which I bought for myself with Christmas money. (That might sound like I’m a child but I’m 55 with 2 grownup sons, married to a vicar, like your Mummy, and serving Jesus alongside my husband but voluntary, not paid!)
    I was blown away by your book and have already told others about it. I saw an advert for it on Eden bookshop website I think, and felt: This is a book that needs to be read. I was right. Thankyou for sharing your story, your beautiful soul and friendship with Jesus, the love for your family and friends you are bursting with, and your joyful determination to help others find their voices too. It’s wonderful. Thankyou. Helen

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  5. Wonderful news I am thrilled beyond words that you have been recognised by the Prime Minister. You really are an inspiration to so many people and this is well deserved.
    Eileen

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  6. Excellent job, Jonathan – keep campaigning & let’s hope the PM’s words are followed by action in providing enough highly-trained staff to educate all pupils to a proper level, based on their true abilities.

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