Student Awards Celebration Evening rounds off a year of A-Level success
Tuesday, 10 September 2013
Students at Seevic College celebrated an outstanding year of achievement at the College’s annual Student Awards Celebration Evening, held on Thursday 29 August.
A total of 25 students received Awards from special guest Cllr Maryse Iles, Mayor of Castle Point, including 18-year-old A-Level student Chloe Griffin who scooped a hat-trick of Awards.
The Celebration Evening followed an impressive set of A-Level results achieved by students at the College in 2012-13, with more students achieving High Grades than ever before, a 98% overall pass rate and 100% pass rate on 30 A-Level courses.
Triple Award winner Chloe, who previously attended Eastwood Academy in Leigh-on-Sea, studied A-Levels in Psychology, Physical Education, Biology and Geography at the College. She has now accepted a place at the University of Essex to study Psychology.
After receiving her Awards in front of family and friends, Chloe said: “I’m absolutely over the moon to have won three Awards. I will really miss my friends, the nice atmosphere at College, and my teachers who have really helped prepare me for University.”
College Principal Nick Spenceley said: “It was a privilege to join with family and friends in celebrating the achievement of these students. They all had individual stories to tell, but they displayed a common determination to succeed which is exactly the value we want to instil in all our students this year.”
Seevic College offers the widest choice of A-Levels in South East Essex plus Vocational Qualifications, Higher Education and Apprenticeships.
It’s not too late to enrol on courses starting in September 2013 – to find out more ring 01268 756 111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students that have enrolled on courses at the College this September have each signed up to a Learning Values contract.
The contract has received extensive support locally and will help students at the College to achieve excellent results in the year ahead.
The College also plans to unveil a scholarship scheme in 2013-14. The scheme will see two dedicated students have their first year of University paid for in full by the College, or receive equivalent funding to support their employment or a business start-up.
Student Awards Celebration Evening Roll on Honour:
Art & Culture Students of the Year:
- Samuel Taylor Edwards
- Nathalie Clarkson
- Zoe Padmore
- Natalie Hazelden
- Robyn Nightingale
- Anais Edwards
Business & Humanities Students of the Year:
- Laura Cutter
- Ross Howard
- Mitchell Charles
- Charlie Corstophine
- Adam Neville
- Hayley Clark
Maths, Science & Technology Students of the Year:
- Grace Flitter
- Jasmine Cotgrove
- Samuel Pollard
- Adam Sartain
Social Sciences & Care Students of the Year:
- Chloe Griffin
- Kirsty Chasmer
Sports & Services Student of the Year:
Award for Outstanding A-Level Results:
- Fiona Coventry
- Chloe Griffin
- Miles Harmsworth
- Hannah Harvey
- Caroline Howe
- Freya Landy-Till
- Kallie Orchard
- Adam Sartain
- Thomas Shuttlewood
- Reece Woolmore