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NORTH STUDENTS OF THE HALF TERM - FEB 23

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 previous six-seven has been noted and we are immensely proud of everything they have achieved so far this year.



ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Brighouse Town)


CIARAN BROADBENT has been showing an outstanding attitude towards work and training over the last few weeks. He has been more determined to complete all work set to the best of his ability, allowing him to be part of the match day squad every week. Finally, his attitude towards his studies as a whole has improved over the duration of the year and has allowed him to progress his skills all round. Keep up the good work!”


- Charlie Harvey


ESPFA GREATER MANCHESTER (Mossley)


CODY JONES has shown a fantastic desire to be successful in class. He has worked hard in the coaching unit which has produced some excellent debates. Cody has shown a good level in the debates offering different points and sticking by them. Cody is a joy to teach and is a very good student in class.”


- Shadab Iftikhar


ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Ossett United)


DAWID GRABOWSKI always sets a good example to all staff and students. Dawid is always on time to every lesson and comes with a positive attitude. He is always wanting to push himself further, improving his work and footballing skills as well as pushing to be the best version of himself. Dawid is a pleasure to teach and has a bright future ahead of him which is due to the positive attitude he shows. Keep up the good work!”


- Charlie Harvey


ESPFA CHESHIRE (Runcorn Linnets)


RYAN MCALPINE consistently submits work to the highest of standards and has a fantastic attitude towards his learning. His leadership skills on and off the pitch are to be admired. Well done Ryan and keep it up!”


- Jack Smith


ESPFA LANCASHIRE (Skelmersdale United)


FINLEY WEBSTER has shown a superb attitude in the classroom striving to achieve his best and being a great personality and influence in the classroom proving to be a superb asset to the team on and off the pitch. Well done and keep it up!”


- Jack Smith


ESPFA CHESHIRE (Witton Albion)


JACK SANDBACH is an enthusiastic learner who enjoys the programme. He is working hard to achieve his target grade ready for his progression onto university later in the year. He meets all deadlines and is producing assignments to a good standard, this is due to his hard work and commitment. Keep up the hard work Jack for the run in of your qualification.”


- Mark Bushell

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