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Students at Abbey College Birmingham Rewarded for their Success…

Submitted by on May 15, 2015 – 6:40 am |


Group Photo Student CouncilAbbey College Birmingham students were recognised for their incredible academic success at a prestigious award ceremony held at the Priory Rooms in Birmingham.

Teachers nominated the top students who showed outstanding achievements in their studies and as the students took to centre stage to receive their awards they were also presented with a certificate and some students with a trophy.

Special guest, The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Shafique Shah, was in attendance and presented the talented students with their awards.

Upper sixth student Hassan Latif, (18), from Handsworth Wood, Birmingham received an award and a trophy for outstanding Upper Sixth student of the year and an academic award in Mathematics. GCSE student Callum Takhar, (14), from Monmouth Road, Warley Woods, received three awards for outstanding GCSE student of the year, effort award in GCSE Business Studies and an effort award in GCSE English.

Hassan said: “I was so surprised and honoured to win these awards. It was a fantastic event and it was a pleasure to share it with my classmates.

“It is a memory and an achievement that I will take with me on to my next endeavour.”

Callum said: “I am thrilled to receive three awards, particularly the outstanding GCSE student award as I work really hard and take my studies seriously. I can’t believe my hard work has been recognised and I am privileged to be at Abbey College Birmingham.”

Stephen Robinson, Principal at Abbey College Birmingham, said: “The students have worked incredibly hard this year so I am thrilled they were given the chance to be recognised for their efforts.

“I’m proud of all our award winners and it is a pleasure to be able to reward with prizes some of our most hard-working students for their effort and achievements. Students at Abbey College Birmingham aim high and the College makes every effort to support them to achieve their aspirations.”

Abbey College Birmingham is a vibrant, independent sixth form college right in the heart of the city centre in Saint Paul’s Square offering GCSE and A-Level courses as well as an International Business Foundation Programme.

With its clear focus on subjects leading to opportunities in Business, Medicine, Science and Engineering, Abbey College Birmingham shares the specialisms and expertise of its home city and is therefore uniquely-placed to offer students the very best preparation for university courses and career paths in these fields.

The College maintains active links with universities and career providers in the city, and is well-known and highly-regarded for the excellence of its academic provision.

Abbey College Birmingham is a vibrant, independent college right in the heart of the city centre. For more information on Abbey College visit www.abbeybirmingham.co.uk, or call 0121 236 7474.


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