Years of hard work by students and staff at South Holland Post 16 Centre were rewarded during an awards evening in Spalding.
Business, performing arts and charitable efforts were recognised at South Holland Centre where Head of Sixth Form Nikki Saines acknowledged students’ hard work and dedication over the academic year.
Ms Saines said: “The awards evening marked the end of their time with us and an opportunity to celebrate what they have achieved both academically and personally.
“I am so proud of the students and it is a privilege to be part of a journey that sees them develop into confident, mature and wonderful young adults.
“I wish them all success, health and happiness for the future.”
Among the successful students were Chloe Leggatt who won the Nikki Saines Award for the Highest Academic Achiever and Charlotte Sandall who received
I am so proud of the students and it is a privilege to be part of a journey that sees them develop into confident, mature and wonderful young adults.Nikki Saines, Head of Sixth Form, South Holland Post 16 Centre, Spalding
the Student Manager Award for Overcoming Barriers to Learning, while the Headteacher Award for Most Positive Role Model went to Ben Burman.
Guests at the event included award sponsors Alec Harding of Spalding Gymnastic Academy, Heather Brighton of Moore Thomson Chartered Accountants, Guy Woods of Everybody’s Gym, Spalding. Matt Birchnell of Spalding and District Round Table and Emma Buckberry from Baytree Coffee Lounge.
They were joined by Sarah Le Sage from the charity Ella’s Project and Charlotte Gurnett, co-director of Act II Theatre Company who presented the Award for Outstanding Work Ethic in Performing Arts.
The night saw performing arts students give a sneak preview of their upcoming musical, Avenue Q, which is on at Sir John Gleed School, Spalding, on June 25 and 26.