A schoolgirl who rushed to the aid of a fellow pupil injured in a crash has been awarded for her actions.
She called the emergency services and stayed with the girl until paramedics arrived, following the crash in Worton Road last October.
The victim is now back at school after making a good recovery, in part thanks to Jade's quick-thinking.
Jade's school described her as an "extraordinary young woman", adding that her actions that day showed she was a "true Gumley Girl".
She was one of 124 young people from across Hounslow to be presented with Jack Petchey Foundation (JPF) Achievement Awards at two ceremonies held at Watermans arts centre, in Brentford, on May 20 and 21.
All the recipients, aged 11-25, were nominated by their peers and leaders. They each received medallions, a framed certificate and a cheque for £200, which Jade spent on a display cabinet for the history department at her school.
Other winners included:
- Cheyenne McLaughlin, 14, from Brentford School for Girls, who has been a devoted carer for her severely disabled little sister Caitlin since she was born six years ago.
- Siddharth Handa, 15, from Kingsley Academy, who has represented his borough at badminton and hockey. He plays the latter for Indian Gymkhana men's side, as well as coaching young hockey players.
- Renars Fazlutdinovs, 12, from Chiswick School, is a technological whizz kid, who has helped other schoolchildren, parents and even his deputy headteacher get to grips with IT, and has sorted out the lighting for various school performances.
Inspector Dan Thompson, of Hounslow police, who attended the award ceremonies, said: "It is very easy, in this day and age, to forget the good our young people do in the face of negative media stories.
"These young people are the next generation and I am humbled by their hard work and effort which in years gone by would have gone unrecognised, so thanks has to go to Jack and the work of the foundation for recognising young people."
There were also 10 leader awards handed out over the two nights to adults who have helped motivate young people across the borough.
The Jack Petchey Foundation is a charity, which was founded in 1999 by the eponymous businessman to support young people and recognise their achievements. It has awarded £383,000 to youth organisations in Hounslow since 2005.