Brett Freeman, Principal here at Woking College. Welcome to our College.
Woking College Means Business 5
March 30, 2017, 12:40 pm
To end the Easter Term at Woking College. Business Studies students hosted the “Mini Oscars of the Business Department”. Now in its fifth year, students designed, staged and orchestrated the entire event to celebrate their achievements in their vocational studies.
Awards were given to both students and teachers with the serious academic awards sitting alongside some “tongue in cheek” accolades.
Principal Brett Freeman presented awards to “The Fantastic Four” who demonstrated outstanding commitment to their course, submitted excellent course work and were supportive to their fellow students. These awards went to Ehti Sadiq, Rida Malik, Connagh Wilks and Zakeel Hussain.
Award for Most Organised Student went to Adeel Zahir and Best project went to Sean Fenton.
Student most likely to appear on Dragons den went to Rafid Reza who also helped present the awards.
Students and staff then rounded off the evening with refreshments, food and music.
The proceeds from tickets sold for the event went to the Woking and Sam Beare Hospice Charity
Business student Connagh Wilks commented. “We are very proud to have received awards for our efforts over the past 2 years at Woking College and a huge thanks must go to our inspirational teachers who have motivated us to achieve the best!”
A multitude of Woking College students have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Woking College Theatre Company have for the 3rd year running “stolen” all the awards at two prestigious drama festivals.
To end the Easter Term at Woking College. Business Studies students hosted the “Mini Oscars of the Business Department”.
Ex Woking College Art Student Katie Denham has joined the elite of the Art World as a Royal Society of British Arts Scholar who has been awarded the John Ingram Memorial Prize for Young Artists at the prestigious Mall Galleries in London.
On March 14th, Woking College Health & Social Care students ran an extremely well attended Health Fair to highlight issues which affect young people today.