Students’ achievements celebrated at the Greenbank College Student Awards 2019

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019
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Staff, students, friends and family came together on the last day of term to celebrate the achievements of all our students during the 2018-19 academic year. This event is an opportunity to recognise the hard work, dedication and success of our students during the year not only academically but also in their personal development.

The event was hosted by Anne Kinsella, Education and SEND Manager who said:

“It was a fantastic year and everyone has been so supportive of each other. Congratulations to all of our award winners and immense thanks to all students, staff and volunteers for their hard work.”

There were six award categories and the winners were:

Outstanding Attitude Award

Outstanding Attitude Award Winner - Joel

 

Citizenship/Volunteering Award

Citizenship/Volunteering Award Winner - Adam

 

Team Award

Team Award Winners - Creative Crafts Class

Team Award Winners - Gardening & Horticulture Classes

 

Outstanding Improvement Award

Outstanding Improvement Award Winner - Jenna

Outstanding Improvement Award - Achref

 

Academic Progress Award

Academic Progress Award Winner - Mathew

Academic Progress Award Winner - Nathan

 

Work Placement / Supported Internship Award

Work Placement/Supported Internship Winner - Thomas

 

We were joined by special guests David Steer, Esq. QC, DL, High Sheriff of Merseyside, Greenbank Ward Councillors Laura Robertson-Collins and James Roberts together with Greenbank Chairman, Alan Irving who helped present awards.

Special guests posing against a Greenbank College banner

Left to right: Alan Irving (Greenbank Chairman), James Roberts (Labour Ward Councillor), Laura Robertson-Collins (Labour Ward Councillor, Mary Beaumont (Greenbank CEO), David Steer, Esq., QC, DL (High Sheriff of Merseyside)