North Shropshire College (NSC) had huge reason to celebrate on Saturday night 2016 Dyslexia Awards. Business Lecturer Sarah Probert won the best teacher award and student Erin Bainbridge won the further education shining star award.
The award winners were nominated by people from their community, students and peers and came against fierce competition. Student Erin Bainbridge was named a ‘role model and inspiration to other young people. Tutor Sarah Probert commented that ‘there should be no barriers in education’ and that ‘everybody should be offered the opportunity to learn and progress in an educational environment.’
Sarah went on to say, “I am grateful and humbled to have won this award and to all those who took the time to nominate me. I am extremely proud of Erin she is an inspirational young woman, I would also like to thank Elizabeth for establishing these awards to promote positivity, which they certainly do.”
The ceremony took place at the Ironbridge Gorge’s Enginuity Museum in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire and was an accumulation of 19 months planning on behalf on co-ordinator Elizabeth Wilkinson.
NSC would like to thank all those who everyone who nominated Erin and Sarah.
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