College celebrates excellent year for entry level students

Entry Level student of the year, Jordan Robbins, 19, receives his award from Jacqui Gregory, head of curriculum for entry level, and college vice principal, Alex Fau-Goodwin

Entry Level student of the year, Jordan Robbins, 19, receives his award from Jacqui Gregory, head of curriculum for entry level, and college vice principal, Alex Fau-Goodwin

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HARD-working entry level students at South Cheshire College were rewarded for their efforts at an annual awards and parents evening.

Up to 70 students attended the ceremony in the college’s restaurant on the crescent on Wednesday, March 5, to receive awards and certificates of achievement for their studies.

Entry Level programmes give students with learning difficulties and disabilities the opportunity to learn key life skills in a realistic setting.

They were supported by parents, carers, lecturers and learner mentors who have all played a part in their success.

Head of curriculum for entry level, Jacqui Gregory, said: “This has been another excellent year for all our entry level students and we are extremely proud of what they have achieved.

“I’d like to say a big thank-you to staff and students and everyone who came along to support the awards evening and made it such an enjoyable event.”

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