Congratulations to the following Midlands students who have been nominated by their tutor for the ‘Student of the half term’. The hard work of our students during the first term of the academic year has been noted and we are immensely proud of everything they have achieved so far this year.
ESPFA NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (Carlton Town)
“ETHAN RUTH has shown a fantastic work ethic and quality in his work over the past seven weeks, continuously ensuring to submit work on time and to his highest standards possible. Ethan thoroughly deserves recognition for his efforts and now needs to continue with these levels as he moves into his final six months on the programme."
– Tom Gould.
ESPFA DERBYSHIRE (Belper Town)
“EWAN SUTHERILL has been a brilliant role model both in the classroom and outside of it. Ewan has demonstrated an excellent ability to understand, interpret and apply learned knowledge and content within his education sessions and assignment work. In addition, Ewan’s overall conduct makes him a pleasure to work with on a weekly basis."
– Tom Gould.
ESPFA DERBYSHIRE (Mickleover FC)
“I have nominated CONNOR EASOM for 'Student of the Half Term', this is due to the amount of work ethic he has shown since joining a few weeks after everyone else. Not only was he able to catch up on the work he missed but he has ended up ahead of his peers and his work is always at the highest standard."
– Blake Austin.
ESPFA STAFFORDSHIRE (Stafford Town)
“LOUIS STRATTON has continued to maintain an excellent attendance percentage for term two, he is always early to his education & training sessions, which is great to see. All assignment work has been completed to a good standard and is always submitted on time, and sometimes before the deadline. He shows a great work ethic and has been a pleasure to teach since he started on the programme in September, well done Louis, keep up the hard work and dedication after the Christmas break."
– Mark Bushell.
ESPFA WEST MIDLANDS (Rushall Olympic)
“MASON CATTELL has been an outstanding student in everything he does. He is very respectful to everyone at the programme and he has been taking a very professional approach to both, education and training. Mason became consistent at his work rate in education, he is acting on feedback quickly and is always aiming to keep his standards high. His punctuality and attendance have been brilliant, he is always arriving early and is always prepared to start learning, this has really improved and is showing how well Mason is taking the feedback on board. It was a pleasure to teach Mason and to see how he is developing as a person and as a professional."
– Vadims Krasovskis.