All Long Road Sixth Form College students are given a target of 40 enrichment credits to collect each year. Credits can be earned for a very wide range of activities, both within and outside college – see here for details: Enrichment
The college held an award ceremony to congratulate the three students who collected the most:
Matthew Joseph Morris (third right in photo)
Matthew accrued an outstanding 417 credits – more than 10 times the target! Matthew is studying Computer Science, ICT, Maths and Physics A levels, and collected his credits for his membership of the Air Cadets, and for taking part in the Engineering Education Scheme with ARM (designing a smartFridge) in connection with his Physics A level – see Engineering Education Scheme projects
In addition, Matthew is on Long Road’s Duke Of Edinburgh Gold Award programme, represented the college at the Swavesey post-16 event and at open evening, been on a college trip to the BETT (Education Technology show), taken part in a college IT Security project, attended lots of subject workshops, clocked up personal fitness credits in the college’s Fitness Suite and finally served on a Long Road staff interview panel!
Michael Olatokumbo Olaoluwa Johnson (second left in photo)
Michael clocked up an amazing 163 credits as a member of The Lions – the Long Road Basketball Academy – see Long Road Basketball Academy – and for his commitment to personal fitness. Michael, who is studying English Literature, History and Sociology A levels, was one of two Lions selected for the initial squad to represent the East Region at the BE U17 Regional Development Tournament last autumn. See Lions make East Region squad.
Charlotte Nash (third left in photo)
Charlotte collected 68 credits for her attendance of subject workshops in Maths, Psychology and Biology, for taking part in our Active Students programme (lots of badminton sessions) – see Active Students and for her success in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC)’s Six Book Challenge. Charlotte is studying Biology, Maths, Psychology and Sociology on our Access to Level 3 programme.
Also in the photo:
Mike Junkovic (left) – Assistant Vice Principal with responsibility for enrichment, Christine Sherwin (second right) – College Principal and Heather Chambers (right) – Vice Principal.
Mike said: “It is wonderful to see how our students take advantage of all the enrichment activities on offer. We always stress how important it is for students to build up their personal statements to gain the university place, apprenticeship or employment of their choice. These three students are exceptional, but we look forward to celebrating many more achievements throughout next year.”