Bromley students rewarded at celebratory evening

PUBLISHED: 14:56 09 November 2015 | UPDATED: 14:56 09 November 2015

Award-winner Adil Ghani and Mayor of Bromley, Kim Botting

Award-winner Adil Ghani and Mayor of Bromley, Kim Botting


Bromley College of Further and Higher Education held the evening on November 5

Students from one of Bromley’s top colleges were celebrated last week at an awards evening.

On November 5, more than 170 guests attended Bromley College of Further and Higher Education’s annual awards evening.

The evening saw 32 awards presented to both students and staff by the mayor of Bromley, councillor Kim Botting.

Winners were chosen from a range of subject areas including business, hairdressing, sport, law and teaching.

Principal Sam Parret said: “Our awards evening is all about celebrating the outstanding achievements we have made at Bromley College.

“It gives us the opportunity to showcase the broad range of education, learning and skills opportunities we offer.

“We are so proud of the successes we have seen. They are a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students and staff.”

The college currently has nearly10,000 students across different levels of education.

Among this year’s winners were Adil Ghani for the Professional Student of the Year award, William Mansell for the Prince’s Trust Student of the Year and this year’s Apprentice of the Year was Ella Whiting.

Bromley Council’s portfolio holder for education, councillor Peter Fortune, attended the evening, and gave a speech to the night’s attendees.

He said: “It was great to come along and say a few word, and see the range of talent at the college.

“What I really liked was seeing the ceremony dedicated to staff and to students, colleges are reliant on both working to the best of their abilities.

“I think the college is going to from strength to strength, it is providing students with training for a changing work landscape..

“You really have to praise the leadership of Sam Parrett, who is focussed on delivering her very best for the college.”

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