This year’s Kingston Maurward College Prize Giving Ceremony celebrated another successful year with 694 students completing their courses, among which 119 special awards were made.
The ceremony recognises the achievements of all full-time students completing courses during the academic year, and rewards outstanding students in each subject area.
During the celebrations spectators were treated to a demonstration by the Animal Conservation & Welfare academy which included different levels of dog training, a parade of the college’s prizewinning rare breed Bagot goats and impressive hawk display, followed by an inspirational talk by former frontline soldier, Adam Conlon.
Kingston Maurward College Principal, Clare Davison, said: “Each year we celebrate the achievements of our students and each year we are impressed by the standards they reach and the personal journeys they make – we wish them the very best for the future.
“We look forward to welcoming those students returning to continue their studies, and all our new students starting in September.”