Updated: Dec 20, 2022
Well done 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 DERBYSHIRE (Belper Town)
“MALAKAI SQUIRES has demonstrated his desire and passion to do well on this course by fully engaging in lessons and showing a willingness to succeed. He was one of the first learner to hand in his assignment and constantly wants feedback around his work. He is on the first year of the programme, however he shows enthusiasm and
matureness that often doesn’t come until second year of the programme. Malakai
shows the importance of working hard and leads by example. I couldn’t think of
anybody more deserving of this award than him.”
– Dan Birtwistle.
ESPFA DERBYSHIRE (Mickleover FC)
“ELLIOT WYATT has displayed perfect attendance throughout the start of the year and his work has been completed to the highest standard, only question is can he keep it up!!.”
– Blake Austin.
ESPFA NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (Carlton Town)
“MADDY PIPE has shown huge enthusiasm this term. Not only his desire to complete all his coursework early but leading by example and being a positive role model. He is always eager to learn and frequently asks for feedback in class. Maddy is in the second year of the programme and having spoke to him in detail he has shown ambition to want to apply for university and further his development. In the short time I have known Maddy he is a please to teach and is a worthy recipient of this award. I look forward to reading his first assignment and hopefully he achieve the grades he fully deserves. Well done.”
ESPFA STAFFORDSHIRE (Stafford Town)
“ARCHIE DAVIS has been excellent in class during his first half term. He is an enthusiastic learner who enjoys his course. He has completed all assignments before the deadlines, producing an excellent standard of work, this is due to his hard work and commitment. Archie is well liked amongst the group and has been a pleasure to teach.”
– Mark Bushell.
ESPFA WEST MIDLANDS (Rushall Olympic)
“GIOVANNI LWANDO has been an outstanding student at the start of this academic year. He is always consistent with everything he does and is a role model for all students on the course in his commitment to both, education and training. The way Giovanni takes new information and feedback on board is exceptional! All his actions represent professionalism and are filled with respect and desire to learn. It is a pleasure to teach Giovanni and to see how he develops as a person and as a professional every single day of the programme.”
– Vadims Krasovskis.