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Students’ achievements celebrated in augural event

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Long Road Sixth Form students often achieve far more than they ever thought possible – sometimes in their college work, sometimes by taking part in college enrichment activities and sometimes outside college.

The college is proud to recognise these achievements and has launched a regular event to celebrate our students’ successes. The first group of six students was invited to tea, scones and cake with the college principal, Christine Sherwin, college governors Alison White and Stuart Harris, members of the senior leadership team, their progress coaches and, not least, their teachers.

Photo – left to right:

Joseph Mills

Joseph joined Long Road from Linton Village College. In his first year, he took the Level 2 Diploma in Business and achieved a starred Distinction. He then moved up to Level 3, and is on course for a double starred Distinction in the Level 3 Business Diploma and a starred Distinction in the Level 3 ICT Diploma.

Hollie Dunney

Hollie previously attended Newmarket College. In her first year at Long Road, Hollie successfully completed our Access to Level 3 general pathway. Hollie then achieved an AS in Film Studies in her first year of Level 3 studies. She is now completing her time at Long Road with a predicted double starred Distinction in the Level 3 Business Diploma and a starred Distinction in the Level 3 ICT Diploma.

Katie Byford

Katie, who is studying Sociology, Psychology and Photography, also attended Newmarket College. Katie received her award for raising nearly £1,500 for St. Nicholas Hospice Care- and £900 last year for the Arthur Rank Hospice. Read about her amazing achievement here:

Jenna Mu

Jennu attended Cottenham Village College before Long Road. She started her career with us taking the Access to Level 3 science pathway, then moved on to Level 3 to take Use of Maths A level and the Applied Science Level 3 Diploma, for which she is predicted to achieve a double Distinction.

Januree Harris-Hercules

Januree attended Sawston Village College before Long Road and is also taking the Applied Science Level 3 Diploma (for which she is predicted a double Distinction) and A level Use of Maths. Januree was nominated for her award for her work with the college’s Student Christian Union. She has attended all the meetings and shown great teamwork, leadership and commitment.

John Jagger

John previously studied at Impington Village College. He started his studies at Long Road by successfully completing the Level 2 Applied Science Diploma. He is now taking the Level 3 Applied Science Diploma and is aiming for a triple Distinction at the end of next year.

Christine Sherwin says: “I am very pleased to be able to award our first certificate to this group of students. They should be very proud of their varied achievements. We look forward to meeting our next group later this term.”