Congratulations to Amy McGuffog from Kingfisher Hall, pictured 4th left, for winning the prestigious Nesta Howells Awards for Outstanding Endeavour at the University of Warwick on Friday night.
Congratulations also to Eleanor Babbs from Enfield Heights, pictured 3rd left, for being shortlisted in no less than two categories. Although she didn’t win, Eleanor did brilliant to be named as a contender in both categories from a large field.
CHAT Chief Executive Officer, Marino Charalambous, said: " Well done to Amy and Eleanor for their outstanding achievements. We have a fanatstic PGCE training programme with the University of Warwick. It is one of the very best in the country - which is why we attract such high calibre trainees to come to our schools."
The awards celebrate the achievements of trainee teachers studying for the Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) qualification.
Warwick is rated one of the UK's best universities.
Professor Des Hewitt, far right, from the university is also a member of the CHAT Board of Trustees.