Other Winners at Glamorous Ceremony

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Other Winners at Glamorous Ceremony


THE other winners were: James Ferguson, the catering and hospitality student of the year sponsored by Russums, Laura Allison, beauty and complementary therapies student of the year, sponsored by Dennis Williams, Elisha Brady, fashion retail student of the year, sponsored by Psyche, Nikki Stewart, hairdressing student of the year, Alex Allan, the Viv McFarquhar outstanding pre-16 student in hairdressing and beauty, sponsored by Viv McFarquhar, Levi Smart, the Alison Eddy memorial level 1 hairdressing award, sponsored by Philip Eddy, Malgorzata Koltunska, Nunthorpe Nurseries Group childcare student of the year, sponsored by Nunthorpe Nurseries Group, Alex Watson, foundation learning student of the year, Connor Mann, the 14-16 year old student of the year award, Adam Tombling, apprentice of the year, Kelsey Hawkins, enterprise student of the year, sponsored by NCFE , Natasha Wilson, the Marie Taylor motivational award, Chelsea Makin, The John Hogg Award, Lewis Frankland, engineering and computing student of the Year, sponsored by Sembcorp UK, Alexander English, the Carol Ellis Endeavour in ICT award, Ian Coates, The Institute of Measurement and Control academic achievement award, sponsored by IMC, Chris Corkhill, the Institute of Measurement and Control personal achievement award, sponsored by IMC, Mark Donnelly, the engineering in process plant technologies award, Sam Garvey, the engineering construction best performing student on a welding programme award, sponsored by ECITB, Todd Watson, construction student of the year, sponsored by Miller Construction, Lois Campbell-Dixon, AS-level student of the year, Inteshar Mahbub, The Irene Tester highest achieving student at A-level award, James Dale, the Hazel Pearson contribution to A-level student life award, Michelle Holdsworth, industry and community partnerships student of the year, sponsored by Caterpillar, Carl Williams, sport, recreation and public services student of the year award, sponsored by David Lloyd Teesside, Katie Norton, the Paul Urwin highest achieving student on a sports programme award, Leah Dimmick, the Hazel Pearson outstanding sports academy performance award, Jade Hill, travel and tourism student of the year award, Bradley Swainston, visual and performing arts music and media student of the year, sponsored by Bandland, Chris Hall, the student ambassador of the year award, Sherry Iqbal, the student voice of the year award

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