Student End of Year Awards 2018

Friday, July 13th, 2018
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It’s that time of year again when we bid farewell to our students. It’s an emotional time, not only for our students, but also our staff as they’ve watched them grow and thrive throughout the year. This isn’t just academically however – some are so nervous when they first start at college, yet by the time it comes to the end of the year, they are much more confident and are able to integrate well with their peers and become a valued member of the Greenbank community.

And so, our End of Year ceremony is not only about the winners of awards, but a celebration of everyone who have achieved in their own way throughout the year. There were 7 award categories plus an overall Student of the Year award.

The nominations and winners were:

Outstanding Attitude Award

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Livia Burnett, Courtney Wilson, George Gilligan, James Whelan, Melissa Durney, Nadia Sayf, Samantha Crockett, Sharvan Belal, Tayla Magee, Tom Smith, Conor Vaughan, George Gilligan, Daniel Bold, James Shearn

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Sam Crockett

Citizenship / Volunteering Award

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Alice Kelly, Jessica Unwin, Ryan Glover


Alice Kelly

Helpful Student Award


Jordan Ashton, Matthew Finnegan, Tyrese Griffiths-Gentles, Joel Harris, Paul Henry, Jordana Kairyte, Tayla Magee, Joanne Smith, Glen Turner, Amina Vernett


Glen Turner

Enthusiastic Student Award


George Gilligan, Caitlyn Hanlon, Joel Harris, Amy McHarron, Rachel Nall, Nadia Sayf, Glen Turner, Courtney Wilson


Caitlyn Hanlon

Outstanding Improvement Award


Matthew Bell, Caitlyn Hanlon, Harvey Hayes, Paul Henry, Mathew King, Zainab Lawal, Helen Maxwell, Emily Parkins, Nadia Sayf, Michael Solomon, Glen Turner, Courtney Wilson


Mathew King

Team Award


Catering, Catering Entry group, Green Team, Gardening, Level 3 Hairdressers, Student Ambassadors


Green Team

Academic Progress Award


Melissa Durney, Adam Foulkes, Caitlyn Hanlon, Harvey Hayes, Joseph Jones, Daniel Murray, Katlyn Ngau, Stephen Rae, Joanne Smith, Thomas Smith, Glen Turner


Melissa Durney

Student of the Year

Glen Turner


Anne Kinsella, Education and Curriculum Manager said:

“Greenbank College celebrates the success of all our students and recognises the outstanding success of those who have won awards today”

Helping to give out the awards were Councillor Laura Robertson-Collins – Greenbank Ward Councillor, William Shortall – Greenbank Council of Management member, Sara Chattun – Post-16 Commissioning, Liverpool City Council Children’s Workforce and Councillor Barbara Murray – Cabinet member for Education, Liverpool City Council pictured below with Mary Beaumont, Greenbank CEO (far left).