Congratulations to the following northern 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 WEST YORKSHIRE (Brighouse Town)
“ADAM PARKER always arrives on time and pushes himself to be the best he can be. He is always determined and wants to make a positive impact in the classroom and set a good example for everyone. Well done Adam!”
- Charlie Harvey.
ESPFA GREATER MANCHESTER (Mossley AFC)
“SUBHAN YASIN started later than everyone else and has not only caught up with all assignments but is achieving a merit standard. Jordan has also commented on his approach to training saying that he has worked hard and improved his fitness. He is a mature young man who has integrated well into the group and is looked up to and respected.”
- Wayne Shingler.
ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Ossett United)
“JARVIS HUGHES always has a positive attitude towards learning, always has a positive mind set and is a team player on and off the field making lessons easy and productive. Well done Jarvis!”
– Charlie Harvey.
ESPFA CHESHIRE (Runcorn Linnets)
“BILLY MCNAY has gone above and beyond with the effort and volume of work submitted recently and his desire to constantly strive for his absolute best.”
– Jack Smith.
ESPFA LANCASHIRE (Skelmersdale United)
“RYAN HUNT has worked extremely hard this half term striving for excellence on all of his assignments. His commitment to his work has been a fine example to his fellow students.”
– Jack Smith.
ESPFA CHESHIRE (Witton Albion)
“IOANNIS KOUTOUZOS has worked really hard in class during the second half term and has settled onto the programme well, he is an enthusiastic learner who enjoys his course and is always asking lots of questions around his units. He has completed all assignments before his deadlines, producing a good standard of work, this is due to his hard work and commitment. 'John' is liked amongst the group and has been a pleasure to teach, keep up the good work after the Christmas break!”
- Mark Bushell.