I wish to nominate Harminder who despite what obstacles life throw`s at her still manages to put a smile on everyone`s face around her. She is selfless, caring, sensitive, a great motivator & role model not only to her sister & friend`s but also to the younger pupil`s in her school & neighbourhood. As a Lance Corporal Cadet she helps teach the younger pupil`s life skills. She takes the time to get to know each individual child she is mentoring, & always makes time to listen to their needs. Teachers, family, friends & neighbours all comment on how inspirational she is. To look at her is a normal teenager, unfortunately her life has been blighted with illness, having collapsed and flattened lined, two days before her 14th birthday. Harminder was rushed into hospital to have emergency heart surgery to have a pace-maker fitted. She suffers from a condition called Reflex Anoxic Seizure`s, which used to cause her heart to stop. The condition was so unpredictable we never knew when or where she would suddenly collapse. Despite this she does voluntary work for a charity called STARS, & the British Heart Foundation helping raise funds & awareness for other children & adults. Doctor`s & teachers have been amazed by her progress; she never lets her health hold her back. Losing her father in a serious R.T.A accident, & the fact she had to have a pacemaker both shook her world, but she has proved to everyone that she has the willpower & determination to still put other`s first!