Bishop Burton crowned 'Outstanding College of the Year' in UK awards
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By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 7 Jul 2017
A Beverley college has been named "Outstanding College of the Year" at a national awards ceremony.
Bishop Burton College has been presented with the impressive title at the BTEC awards 2017.
The awards celebrate the best academic institutions and received almost 1,000 nominations this year.
The college, which specialises in agriculture, animal management, equine studies and sport was praised for the "outstanding delivery" of a wide range of BTEC courses.
Jeanette Dawson OBE, principal of the college, said: “I am absolutely thrilled to win this highly prestigious award.
“This reflects the incredible achievements of our students and staff, who go the extra mile to ensure Bishop Burton is such a special College.
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"Ensuring our students are given the platform to follow their dreams and fulfill their potential is the priority of everyone here at Bishop Burton College and I’m incredibly proud that we have been recognised as BTEC College of the Year.”
Along with the College scooping the overall award, student Katrina Turnbull, 18, was also named individual ‘Outstanding BTEC Public Services Student of the Year’.
Katrina, from Hull, studied BTEC Level Three Public Services at Bishop Burton for two years.
During that time, she also worked as volunteer for the NSPCC, giving talks to primary school children about different types of abuse.
Katrina Turnbull won the Outstanding BTEC Public Services Student of the Year award (Image: Bishop Burton)
She said: “I’m thrilled to have won this award. I’ve really enjoyed my time at the College and have learned so much. This just tops it off.”
Bishop Burton delivers a wide range of further education courses and degree programmes and is still accepting applications from students for the coming academic year.
For more information, visit www.bishopburton.ac.uk.
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