It was a great honour as Stocks Hall Nursing & Care Group took up the invitation to sponsor an Award and attend West Lancashire College Principal’s Award Ceremony recently, supporting local student’s achievements.
The Award Ceremony was the ideal platform to show the excellent achievements that students at West Lancs College had attained. The evening began with a fabulous buffet followed by Welcome & Introductions from Denise Williamson, Principal and the Master of Ceremonies Mike Morson, Assistant Director.
Students had been shortlisted for various award categories and eagerly waited to see if they had been successful for any of the awards.
Principal’s Award Categories included;
Student Voice Award
Employer of the year Award
Highest Achieving Student Group
HE Professional Student of the Year
Access Student of the Year
Maths & English Students of the Year
Supported Learning Student of the Year
Apprentice of the Year
Technical Student of the Year
BTEC Student of the Year
June Sears-Jones, PR Manager for the Stocks Hall Group said “It was a wonderful evening of celebration with much accomplishment. It was lovely to see families and friends with staff being so proud of the students and celebrating all their hard work. The Stocks Hall Nursing & Care Group are delighted to have joined other local businesses with the sponsorship programme, and to have sponsored the Outstanding Contribution to Citizenship Award. The student for this particular award needed to be outstanding, show a high level of social awareness, demonstrate ability to manage a personal challenge, give generously of their time to care for and help others, or to be a team leader. It was such an honour to personally present the chosen female student with this award.”
“We have so much talent in West Lancashire and a great College to enhance it all. Stocks Hall Nursing & Care Group are delighted to support local students in this way. We are very proud of each student and wish every individual success, as they become valuable, contributory members of society in their chosen career pathways. Thanks also go to West Lancashire College for inviting us to be part of their celebrations.”