Congratulations to all students who were nominated - and thank you for all your ongoing hard work. After careful consideration by the officers of the Students’ Union, a winner was selected for their dedication to their family, academic achievement and excellent attendance and punctuality.
We are therefore delighted to inform you that the Autumn Term winner of the Kingston College Jack Petchey Award for Outstanding Dedication and Commitment to College Life is Jasmine-Jaed Strugnell. Please join us in congratulating Jasmine-Jaed on her much deserved award.
Jasmine is taking a Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Travel & Tourism. Her tutor, Victoria Wright, commented: “As well as a being an excellent student, Jasmine-Jaed works hard to be a caring and kind individual by supporting her mum around the home and in particular with her little sisters.
“Jamine-Jaed’s efforts at College are outstanding; she is always on time or early for her lessons in spite of travelling up to 2 hours each morning from West Norwood to Kingston College. Jasmine-Jaed’s punctuality is excellent at 100% and her attendance is excellent at 97.4%. She contributes in class, produces excellent work, is passionate about achieving to her highest ability, is very driven and determined to excel. She also attended a British Airways presentation on her day off college, demonstrating her commitment to excel in the Industry in which she studies.
“Jasmine-Jaed is an outstanding and committed student who is always willing to help her peers, is enthusiastic and very hardworking.”
Jasmine-Jaed will be invited to a regional evening event in Richmond later on this year where winners will be presented with their medallion and certificate by members of the Jack Petchey Foundation.