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Woking College Celebrates ESOL Achievements at The Maybury Centre
September 9, 2016, 10:58 am
Last week, over 100 ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) attended a celebration of their achievements at the Maybury Centre in Woking.
The students, who originate from over 30 different countries, were delighted to be awarded their University of Cambridge Examinations Certificates by The Mayor of Woking (Councillor Anne Murray).
The ESOL Skills for Life Courses are for adult learners (16plus) whose first language is not English and who are living and trying to settle in England.
A special annual award “ESOL Learner of The Year” was presented to Angel Changa from Brazil and Sanaz Eghtesadinia from Iran for their commitment to learning.
Sanaz commented “My course at Woking College changed my life, it has given me back my smile.”
Senior Manager at Woking College Karen Foan, and Head of Essential Skills Rachel Simpson, congratulated all the students. The ceremony was followed by refreshments where students contributed foods from their diverse backgrounds.
For students wishing to enrol on new ESOL courses enrolment dates are Wednesday 14th September 2016 and Thursday 15th September at 9.15 am and 6.00pm at Woking College.
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A multitude of Woking College students have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Woking College Theatre Company have for the 3rd year running “stolen” all the awards at two prestigious drama festivals.
To end the Easter Term at Woking College. Business Studies students hosted the “Mini Oscars of the Business Department”.
Ex Woking College Art Student Katie Denham has joined the elite of the Art World as a Royal Society of British Arts Scholar who has been awarded the John Ingram Memorial Prize for Young Artists at the prestigious Mall Galleries in London.
On March 14th, Woking College Health & Social Care students ran an extremely well attended Health Fair to highlight issues which affect young people today.