Student Awards

A huge congratulations and well done to all the young people who have worked particularly hard to achieve their BTEC Level 1 Construction qualifi cation. The overall achievement rate this year was 83%.

Preston Vocational Centre celebrated the success of the school and sixth form learners and the end of the 2020/21 academic year with the Annual Awards Evening (the doorstep version). Members of the PVC tutor team visited the ten award winners with their trophies and congratulated them on such a great achievement.

Our Centre manager, Martin Grayston, commended the winners:

“Congratulations to all our students who have worked so hard and gained a recognised qualification despite going through one of the most challenging years for generations. It is wonderful to see so many of our young people gaining new skills, seeing their confidence grow and watching them develop into productive and respectful members of society. I am extremely proud of them as I am of my team who have worked really hard to support each and every one of them.”

His words were echoed by Mick Higgins, Chair of the Board who sent his best wishes for those starting out their construction journeys, you can watch the video here.

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Our 2020/21 award winners are

•          Harvey – Outstanding Achievement in Plastering

•          Tom – Outstanding Achievement in Brickwork

•          Jordan – Outstanding Achievement in Carpentry and Joinery

•          Brandon – Outstanding Achievement in Painting and Decorating

•          Warren – Outstanding Achievement in Plumbing

•          Kamran – Outstanding Achievement in Building Maintenance

•          Zac – Best All-Round Ability

•          Tyler – Most Improved Student

•          Kamran – Student of the Year

•          Caroline – Volunteer of the Year

Rob Wakefield, Chief Executive of Community Gateway Association, PVC’s parent body said:

“Many congratulations to the students that have won awards this evening, and congratulations to all the learners that have had a successful year in very challenging circumstances. By making the most of the skills and attributes you’ve learned and developed during their time at PVC I’m sure you’ll have a bright future. My appreciation and congratulations also go the staff at the Centre. I know what a challenging year it has been for you individually and collectively and you should rightly feel very proud of the Centre’s achievements over the past twelve months.”

A massive congratulations once again to all the students!

Visit our  Twitter  page to see how our Virtual Award Evening unfolded!