Early years achievement recognised at Collyer’sAugust 23, 2017
Collyer’s students who have been studying EYE (Early Years Education) at level 2 and 3 have enjoyed a graduation ceremony at the college, recognising their significant achievements over the past year. Hosted by EYE Subject Leader Debbie Mollart, the students received certificates from Collyer’s Vice Principal, Melanie Russell and afterwards enjoyed some delicious cake baked by the ‘Juby Lee Bakes’ company!
Early Years teacher Rebecca Adams said: “The EYE graduation is great opportunity to celebrate success. I’m really proud of all of our students as they have achieved so much this year – they are superstars!”
Head of Early Years, and Head of Hurst House, Debbie Mollart added: “Congratulations to all of these talented and hard-working young people. Many of these students are continuing to EYE level 3 here at Collyer’s, moving straight into child care careers or taking places on Higher Education courses. I wish them all the very best of luck and I can speak for all of their teachers when I say that the students leaving will be sorely missed by us all.”
Collyer’s Vice Principal, Melanie Russell was extremely proud: “These are incredibly tough courses to pass as they test academic skills and the ability to be effective in the workplace. We are lucky to have an outstanding department for Early Years Education and these talented students and their teachers have worked really hard to be successful over the past year.
“Congratulations everyone and that includes the Juby Lee cakes company, whose creations were ludicrously tasty and enjoyed by all at the graduation ceremony!”