Students rewarded for good attendance

by Elizabeth Brocklehurst - Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
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James Keenan with his attendance certificate

The link between good attendance and good attainment has been well researched and we encourage all our students to try to achieve at least 95% attendance on their course.

At the end of every term, we enter all students who have achieved 95% attendance or more into a prize draw.

The selected winners receive £30.

Congratulations to our spring term winners:

Study programme -Glen Turner; Andrew O’Brien-Settle; Joshua Cato; Nicholas Durney and Danile Davies.

Adult vocational – James Keenan; Suzanne Woods.

Community learning – Dheayea Abbas.

James Keenan, Health and Social Care student and winner of the adult vocational attendance prize said:

“I want to succeed on my course, so it’s really important that I come to College for as many lessons as I can, so that I can keep up.

It was a great surprise to have my good attendance acknowledged and I’m really pleased.”