Students and staff fromSpalding’s Post 16 Centre gathered at the South Holland Centre for their fifth annual awards evening.
The event was hosted by Head of Sixth Form Nikki Saines and acknowledged and congratulated the hard work and dedication of all of the students, and recognised individual achievements over the past year.
Awards were given for achievement and attitude in each of the many vocational subjects offered by the centre, with many sponsored by local businesses.
Recipient of the Nikki Saines Award for the Highest Academic Achiever went to Molly Howitt.
The Student Manager Award for Overcoming Barriers to Learning went to Emma Cross. The Head Teacher Award for Most Positive Role Model went to Karolina Gudmonaite, with Joshua Baldwin and Emma Cross runners-up.
There was also a musical performance by the Post 16 Centre Performing Arts students who sang a song from their variety performance A Night at the Theatre which will be showing at the South Holland Centre on June 24.
Mrs Saines said: “I am so proud of the students. It is a privilege to be part of their journey that sees them develop in to confident, mature and wonderful young adults.
“This evening marks the end of their time with us, which is always a little sad, but is an opportunity celebrate what they have achieved. I wish them all success, health and happiness for the future.”
• More pictures in Thursday’s Spalding Guardian.