Langley College celebrate class of 2019

Langley College showcased the very best in its specialist technical vocational education and training at the recent 2019 Student Awards evening. Nominated students joined their proud families, tutors, governors and VIP guest The Worshipful the Mayor of Slough, Councillor Avtar Kaur Cheema to recognise academic excellence and achievement, exceptional dedication and contribution.

Commenting on the unique role Langley College plays in the community supporting the academic and skills development of local students, Rowan Cookson, Principal of the Windsor Forest Colleges Group, said: “Tonight is about celebrating the success of our students and staff across all curriculum areas at the College. You have pursued such diverse pathways – we have aspiring engineers, nurses, teachers, builders, business owners and leaders with us tonight. Careers which are fundamental in shaping the world of tomorrow and we are very proud of you all.

“You have achieved great success, and your achievement at Langley College is a stepping stone for you to set yourself new ambitions, to challenge yourself to go higher and further. Savour this moment, enjoy tonight and inspire others through your own success and achievement.”

This year over 125 students were shortlisted for the prestigious awards which included prizes for Endeavour, Excellence, Best English, Best Maths, Most Promising and Best Higher Education Student.

A particular highlight of the evening was the award for the Most Outstanding Student which went to Hair and Beauty learner Michelle Moran. Michelle collected her award from the Mayor in recognition of her focus, five star commitment and ability. Nominated by her tutor for her enthusiastic work ethic and the support provided by Michelle to the other students on her course, she is described as one of the most inspiring individuals her lecturer has had the pleasure of teaching.

The Most Promising student Lauren Yates was inspired to sign up to the Access to HE Social Sciences and Education course by her young daughter Daisy. Commenting that she wanted to make Daisy proud she said: “After school one day my niece said she’d had to draw a picture of what her mummy did as work, and I thought ‘what is Daisy going to draw for me?’ So, I signed up for the Access course and am now progressing to Royal Holloway, University of London to study Psychology and Criminology.”

The evening’s other award winners include:

Best Higher Education student - Áine Sadler (Teacher Training)

Best English student - Adam Jellis

Best Maths student - Josephine Robinson

Langley College offers a wide range of courses designed to meet the needs of the local community and employers. With courses for schools leavers, adults and those wishing to pursue a degree, the College is renowned for its exceptional facilities and industry links. To find out more visit www.windsor-forest.ac.uk.

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