Greenbank College – Liverpool

Celebrating student achievement in 2012-13

Back row from left to right: Stephen Jones (Student of the Year), Jordon Ashton, Anthony Green, David Colohan, Brenda Riley, Conor Vaughan, Emily Sullivan, Simon Waring, Young Lord Mayor Antonia Hamer and Anne Kinsella; Front row from left to right: Councillor James Roberts, Shaun Mortimer, Lord Mayor of Liverpool – Gary Millar and Gerry Kinsella – Greenbank Chief Executive

Greenbank College, which provides training and employment opportunities for disabled people and the local community, held its annual Student Awards on Thursday 18 July 2013, celebrating achievement during the academic year.

The Right Worshipful, Lord Mayor of Liverpool Councillor Gary Millar and the Young Lord Mayor Antonia Hamer, together with Councillor James Roberts and Simon Waring from Skills Funding Agency were in attendance to present the students with their awards.

The departmental winners for 2012/13 were:

David Colohan – Business and Administration / Customer Service

Anthony Green – Catering

Shaun Mortimer – Employability

Conor Vaughan – Functional Skills, English

Jordan Fitzgerald – Functional Skills, Maths

Brenda Riley – Fashion & Textiles

Emily Sullivan – Hairdressing

Stephen Jones – IT

Jordan Ashton – Sport

Stephen Jones was selected as the overall Student of the Year 2013

Education & Curriculum Manager, Anne Kinsella said ¬Å“It’s great to see that so many students have developed confidence, interpersonal and workplace skills over the past academic year¬Â.

Congratulations to all our winners and well done to those who have achieved their qualifications in this academic year.