Cream of the Crop celebrated at the FUSE
19 July 2018
A great evening of celebration took place for learners and employers at the FUSE in Prudhoe on 19 July at the Annual Adult Learning Awards. Those who have excelled during in 2017/18 were celebrated and congratulated.
The ceremony was opened by Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Children's Services, Cllr Wayne Daley. Cath McEvoy Director of Children’s Services, Dean Jackson Director of Education and Kelly Angus, Executive Director of HR/OD & Deputy Chief Executive presented the awards along with industry sponsors Tootoot and Radio Prudhoe. Paul Stephenson Media was on hand for the 9th year running to provide music and photography.
Awards were presented to:
The Health, Care and Education Award
The two highly commended learners - Donna Clark and Bev Stonehouse
The runner up - Jordon Wall
The winner - Caitlin Cooney
English, Maths and Employability Skills Award
The runner up - Carol Davidson
The winner - Marjorie Davison
Sciences, Construction and Engineering Award
The winner - Aiden Woolard
The Employment Participation Award for 25 and under
The runner up - Amanda Murphy
The winner of the employment participation award for under 25’s is Calvin Easton
The Employment Participation Award for over 25s
the runner up - Austin Ward
The winner- David Thackray
Technology, Business, Commerce and Management Award
The winner - James Baker.
Languages, Literature, Arts and Culture Award
The winner - Dominic Richardson.
Employer of the Year Award
The Highly Commended - Prudhoe Castle First School
The runner up - Priory Special School
The winner - Northumberland County Council’s Information Services Team
Apprentice of the Year Award
The highly commended Apprentice of the Year is Monica Wilson.
The runner up for Apprentice of the Year is Ed Harrison
The Apprentice of the Year is George Ridley
Return to Learning – Learner of the Year Award Winner
The runner up - Lynn Mitchell.
The winner - Laura Kinghorn
Young Learner of the Year Award
The Young Learner of the Year award goes to Aidan Charlton.
Significant Progress Award
The runner up - Anna Priestly
The winner - Cody Armstrong
Overall Outstanding Learner of the Year Award
Overall outstanding learner of the year for 2017-18 is Dominic Richardson