Bromley College awards celebrate student successes

News Shopper: Bromley College award winners, including Amy King on the far left, celebrate their success with Bromley's deputy mayor Councillor Judi Ellis (third from left) and Bromley College principal Sam Parrett, on the far right Bromley College award winners, including Amy King on the far left, celebrate their success with Bromley's deputy mayor Councillor Judi Ellis (third from left) and Bromley College principal Sam Parrett, on the far right

OUTSTANDING achievers have been rewarded for their efforts at Bromley College’s annual award ceremony.

The event showcased the achievements of 15 students and 16 awards were also given out to staff who have made a positive impact on their colleagues and students.

Winners included Amy King, from Bexley, who won the News Shopper sponsored Outstanding Student of the Year Award (pictured below).

News Shopper: News Shopper's Steve Leigh congratulating Amy King on her double awards success

She was also awarded the Principal’s Award which is given for exceptional achievement.

College principal Sam Parrett said: “Amy excelled tremendously as part of our A Level Academy.

“An exemplary student, she always strived to produce the highest quality work.

“Outside of college she inspires females to get into chemistry with her blog on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s website and her own organisation called Glamchem.”

Miss King is now studying for her masters degree in chemistry at the University of Greenwich.

She said: “I can’t believe I’ve won two awards - I’m over the moon.

“I’ve loved my time at Bromley College; it’s been amazing.

“My tutors have supported me hugely, and I wouldn’t be where I am today, studying for my masters in chemistry at the University of Greenwich, without them.”

STUDENT AWARD WINNERS

  • Alex White-Huggins - Contribution to Community Award – award sponsored by Pellings
  • Amanda Ringshall - Adult Learner of the Year - part time - award sponsored by One to One
  • Amy King - Outstanding Student of the Year – award sponsored by News Shopper
  • Amy King – Principal’s Award
  • Andrew Shore - Outstanding Progress – award sponsored by Canterbury Christ Church University
  • Candice Murphy - Adult Apprentice of the Year – award sponsored by Triple Star Fire
  • Daniel Williams - Outstanding Sporting Achievement - award sponsored by Mytime Active
  • Hannah Corr - Outstanding Contribution to Student Life - award sponsored by Diamond Interior Contracts
  • Janet Miller - Adult Learner of the Year - full time - award sponsored by Thomas Eggar
  • Jordan Williams - Student Achievement Award – award sponsored by Pellings
  • Joseph Fox - Young Learner of the Year - award sponsored by SC Motor Factors
  • Julia Barnes - Higher Education Student of the Year - award sponsored by University of Greenwich
  • Kelly Meffe - John Garside Award - award sponsored by John Garside
  • London Borough of Lewisham - Employer Partner of the Year - award sponsored by Capital B
  • Molly Copley - Outstanding Contribution to Class – award sponsored by Caterlink
  • Rebecca Highsted - Young Apprentice of the Year - award sponsored by Total Support Services
  • Tamie Mitchell - Returning to Learn Award - award sponsored by Burgess Autistic Trust

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5:21am Mon 9 Dec 13

sarfflondonbird says...

Well done everybody.
Well done everybody. sarfflondonbird

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