Quality Shines Through Despite Just Missing Out On Further Education Accolades

City College Peterborough still has plenty to be proud of despite not being crowned as winners in five categories at the Times Education FE Awards.

A prestigious virtual ceremony was hosted by the highly-respected Times Educational Supplement, the world’s longest-running education magazine.

The annual awards celebrate the achievements of outstanding education providers and individuals in the further education sector and adult community learning providers.

It was a fantastic achievement for the college to be nominated for an impressive five awards (below), which was more than any other provider entering.

–           Adult and Community Learning Provider of the Year

–           Contribution to the Local Community

–           Teacher of the Year

–           Specialist Provider of the Year

–           Support for Learners

Janet Bristow, Deputy Principal / Head of Service said: “Although we didn’t win, being nominated for five different categories against many providers specialising in only one area, was a testament to not only the range and breadth of what the college delivers but also the high level of quality we provide. This was still a great achievement to be proud of and I’d like to say a big ‘Well Done’ to all our staff, learners and supported people.”

To see the full list of winners, visit go to https://www.tesfeawards.co.uk/2020/en/page/2020-winners

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