On Friday 8 January, Leyton Orient Trust College Study Programme held an awards ceremony. The event recognised and rewarded the outstanding achievements of learners since the beginning of the year. The College study programme is delivered in partnership with Waltham Forest College.
The event celebrated learners from ASDAN Level 1 Certificate in Employability, BTEC Level 1 Diploma in Sport and Active Leisure; NCFE Level 2 Diploma in Sport; BTEC Level 3 subsidiary Diploma in Sport; and BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Sport.
Teachers Joshua Seal, Chris Middlemas, Alex Leslie and Lloyd Boateng handed out the awards with Leyton Orient Trust’s Head of Education, Andree Selner.
There were four winners of the Progress Award, nominated by their teachers. This award recognises a great attitude, good commitment to work, a positive approach and being a good role model to other learners. Winners were presented with a certificate and a £20 voucher for Westfield, Stratford.
There were also awards for 22 learners who achieved 95% attendance or above as part of the Three Week Attendance Challenge. All learners received a certificate and were entered in to a prize draw to win either £100, £75 or £50 vouchers for Westfield, Stratford.
Andree Selner, Leyton Orient Trust, Head of Education said: “It’s always good to regularly reflect on the progress the learners are making. Now we are halfway through the year, it’s important to reward those that still have excellent attendance, are excelling in their grades, and showcase the effort they are putting into their learning.”