High achievers praised at awards
HIGH achieving students at Macclesfield College were celebrated at a special awards ceremony.
The event was held to congratulate high flying students on the outstanding work that they had achieved over the academic year.
It took place in the rotunda of the Park Lane college’s main building with a packed audience celebrating each individual student, representing their curriculum areas.
The winners were: Thomas Buxton, Dylan Headen, Ria Horsley, Daniel Coppen, Amin Kuhail, Natalie Mitchell, Giorgia Federico, Wiktoria Lis, Charlotte Johnson , Sophy Freer, Kelly Rowley Sophie Brocklehurst, Luke Banner, Jade Ward, Luke Firth, James Smith, Mitchel Loftus, Olivia Holmes, Christopher Middlebrook, Stephen Hulse, Sam Roberts, James Neal, Thomas Heyes, Zoe Barrett, Amber Vickers, Chloe Massey, Sinead Wilkins, David Ward, Caroline Boon, Zainab Sardar, Annette Phillips, Nicola Hardy, Marie Oultram and Henry Daniel.
Certificates were also presented to students who participated in an Employment Readiness Program, run in association with the Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce, to give students an opportunity to develop much sought after employability skills. Those presented with certificates were: Natasha Bagguley, Samuel Baker, Ethan Bhatt, Emily Boase, Jade Cooke, Daniel Coppen, Richard Cross, Megan Crouch, Francesca Dinnis, Michael Emery, Giorgia Federico, Ryan Forrester, Dylan Headen, Lewis Johnson, Maxwell Menaged, Victoria Noble, Thomas Riley, Callum Scott, David Ward, Joshua Ward.
Acting Principal Susan Treacy said: “It is a real pleasure to celebrate the achievements of these talented and hard- working students who have shown great commitment to their studies.
“I would also like to thank all our dedicated teaching and support staff who have helped the students reach their individual learning goals.”
●● Above; the winners, right: Employment Readiness Program students Dylan Headen, Daniel Coppen, Trevor Langston from the Chamber of Commerce, Giorgia Federico and Chantelle Dewberry, head of 14-19 Vocational Curriculum