Tresham College names Students of the Year

Some of the award winners.
Some of the award winners.

Pupils across a range of courses at Tresham College are celebrating after being named ‘Student of the Year’ at the college’s annual awards ceremony.

Winners of the awards were selected for their achievements over and above their peers at the ceremony on November 26, with some now studying at universities including Oxford, Nottingham and Northampton and others moving straight into employment within their chosen career.

Students from the Music Performance course opened the ceremony with acoustic performances before guest speaker and current student at the college, Jess Davies, spoke of her involvement in last year’s BBC Children in Need’s Rickshaw Challenge and the Dwarf Sport Association.

Stuart Wesselby, principal at Tresham, said: “Our annual awards ceremony is a fantastic opportunity for tutors, families and friends to join together and celebrate the amazing achievements of all of our students.

“Each year I am impressed with each student who works hard towards their goal and progress from us into a career or higher education that some had thought was not possible.

“All of the winners and their families should be very proud of what they have accomplished and I wish them, together with all of the students at Tresham, all the best for their careers or further study.”

The Student of the Year winners are as follows:

A Levels - Jermaine McEwan

Business - Ylenne Taderera

Computing Level 1/2 - Tanvir Powar

Computing Level 3 - Iszak Bellamy Carter

Creative Arts and Media Level 1/2 - Carla Burnham

Creative Arts and Media Level 3 - Katie Shelswell

Construction Level 1/2 - Will Simpson

Construction Level 3 - Liam Darn

Engineering Level 1/2 - Ashley Easton

Engineering Level 3 - Stuart McCallum

Way4ward - Sereena Kanwar

The Prince’s Trust - Michael Lyman

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) - Norbert Polyak

Foundation Learning Entry Level - Jonathon Stainwright

Foundation Learning Level 1 - Ryan Smith

Child Care and Early Years - Shania Joseph

Health and Social Care - Millie McLear

Access to Higher Education - Nathan Sherwood

English - Emma Earl

Maths - Ayden Evans

Motor Vehicle - Charlotte Morrisey

Beauty Therapy - Jessica Becks (NVQ Level 3 Diploma Beauty Therapy)

Hairdressing - Alicja Kwiatkowska

Catering - Zandis Tirums

Sport - Abigail Lawman

Travel and Tourism - Alexandra Seymour

Uniformed Public Services - Michael Dexter

Apprentice - Dennis Amanovic

Advanced Apprentice - Vicki Wilson

Higher Education - Emma Ollin

Learner Voice Representative sponsored by Tresham Students’ Union - Nehal Kanji