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Well done to the following students who have been nominated by their tutor for their clubs ‘Student of the half-term’. The hard work of our students during the past term has been noted and we are immensely proud of everything they have achieved so far this year.

#ESPFADerbyshire (with Belper Town) – Connor Easom

Well done to #ESPFADerbyshire student Connor Easom who has been named as the student of the half-term for our programme with Belper Town. Wayne Looker, the tutor for Belper Town has been impressed by Connor’s excellent punctuality and brilliant grades. He said: Connor has been a great role model, not only for the other 1st years, but for the entire group! Connor’s attendance and punctuality is brilliant, he is always at least 30 minutes early to education/training, which is a great trait to have. His work is always finished to a great standard and it’s never late, in fact it’s normally completed and submitted before the hand in date. He shows a fantastic work ethic, this work ethic is also shown on the pitch, both in training and games. Well done Connor.”

#ESPFAWestYorkshire (with Brighouse Town) – Kian Hepburn

Congratulations to Kian Hepburn who has been named as the #ESPFAWestYorkshire student of the half-term. His tutor, James Piercy complemented Kian’s excellent attendance and has seen an improvement in his grades recently. He said: “Despite Kian's travelling distance required to attend, he is one of the highest attenders within the group and has shown a fantastic level of commitment in order to maintain this throughout the year. Kian has also now started to push himself further and further within his work to the point where DISTINCTION grades are starting to be achieved in parts.”

#ESPFAWestYorkshire (with Ossett United) – Ollie Walker

#ESPFAWestYorkshire student Ollie Walker has been awarded the title of student of the half-term by his tutor, James Piercy. James has been pleased with Oliver’s effort and application in lessons. He said: “Oliver has maintained an excellent level of attendance and is always ensuring he is fully engaged within lessons and applies himself to the best of his ability. Oliver is always striving to achieve the best that he possibly can with his work which is so pleasing to see.”

#ESPFADerbyshire (with Mickleover FC) – Chipego Hamonga

Congratulations to #ESPFADerbyshire second-year student Chipego Hamonga who has been named as one of the region’s students of the half-term. His tutor, Antonio Mclean has been impressed with Chip’s willingness to learn and always being prepared for his assignments. He said: “Chip is an enthusiastic learner who enjoys his course. Always appears well rested and ready for each day's activities. He continues to commit on doing his best, which shows in his assignment.”

#ESPFACheshire (with Runcorn Linnets) – William Faulkner

Will Faulkner has been named as the region’s student of the half-term with Runcorn Linnets. His tutor, Andy Tower has commended his effort in class and always contributing to lessons. He said: “Will continues to push himself in class and always adds to classroom discussions with good knowledge on subject areas. He has been consistent in his submissions and I've no doubt that if he continues in this vein, he will leave the course with a very healthy grade.”

#ESPFALancashire (with Skelmersdale United) – Lewis Evans

Well done to Lewis Evans of #ESPFALancashire who was named as the student of the half-term for our programme with Skelmersdale United. He has had brilliant attendance and is always striving to achieve the best grades possible. His tutor, Andrew Tower said: “Lewis always attends his classes and gets on with the work. It's been good to see Lewis progress with his work to now be working towards merit level submissions and this is due to his hard work and focus. Lewis is well liked amongst the group and has been a pleasure to teach.”

#ESPFACheshire (with Witton Albion) – Mike Eleftheriadis

Congratulations to #ESPFACheshire first-year student, Mike Eleftheriadis who has been nominated for this award by his tutor, Paul Musacchio. Paul believes Mike has improved his work over the few months. He said: “Mike has been excellent in class this half term. He has completed all his assignments early, produced a good standard of work and is starting to get merits where earlier in the year he was getting passes. He also has perfect attendance and good reports from his English and Maths.”

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