CRAVEN College’s further and higher education students celebrated their successes at awards ceremonies at Holy Trinity Church, Skipton.Degree students and tutors wearing cap and gown, paraded from the college’s High Street Campus to the church where they joined friends, relatives and special guests from the community, industry and education.Principal Robert Bellfield told the gathering that a long period of reduced public expenditure was beginning to take its toll on the further education sector, but Craven College remained strong financially.

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She used feedback from tutors to continually improve and strive for excellence.

Armandine, who was joined by her family who came over from France, said: “It’s been challenging studying a second language but a very happy time for me at Craven College.

I have now progressed onto a School Direct Teaching qualification and will be teaching French in primary education." HIGHER EDUCATION School of Aviation, Sport and Travel: Aviation management and operations FDSC - Emily Miller, Finda Vandil; aviation management and operations FD - Darius Baghban, Thomas Baines, Eliott Campey, Samuel Fearnside, Joshua Gibbons, Keifer Hudson, Lisette Kong, Tania Lockwood, Alec Mc Avoy, Matthew Moroney, Donna Nicholson, Catherine Smith, Samuel Stafford, Zak Tynan, Caroline Walton, Louis Warrick; aviation management and operations, pilot studies FD - Luke Buchan, Odysyn Fitzsimmons, Matthew Gibson, William Hall, Daniel Hunt, Christopher Locke, Kieran Mc Andrew-Sowden, Jamal Moses, Alexander Sutcliffe, Thomas Wowk; air transport management BSC Hons top-up (University Of Bradford) - Mohammed Tufail; air transport management BSC Hons top-up - (Open University) - Adam Beesting, Daniel Eckford, Luke Facey, Steven Friedel, Christopher Gange, Benjamin Gaunt, Edward Gray, Ruksaar Hussain, Barry Leeson, Brenda Mwangi, Thomas Pears, Liam Robinson, Danish Shafiq, Nicholas Southern; service sector management BA Hons top-up - Jennifer Cooper, Emma Laycock, Oliver Towler, Sarah Wilson; sports coaching and physical education FD - Saul Hemingway, Nick Hindle, Gemma Hudson, Cristian Ingham, Harry Jarman, David Quinlan; travel operations management FD - Maria Arthur, Francine Chamala, Maihgan Leigh, Ewan Reidy.

Charlotte said: “The support and guidance from everyone at college was fantastic.

Everything was made personal for me which has enabled me to succeed and progress to a PGCE in primary teaching.” Other nominees were Karen Baines (combined studies) Thea Hinett (photography), Dale Waterhouse (business management), Suzanne Swain (make-up and prosthetics for performance) and Samantha Mullin (event management).

Samantha was also nominated for the director’s award for studying in exceptional circumstances, along with Kirsty Gibson (education and training) and Kate Turnbull (make-up and prosthetics for performance).However, the winner was French-speaking Amandine Driver from the young children’s learning and development course, who had two children while studying for her degree.I hope you will support the college to enable it continue its valuable work in supporting the local and wider economy."The college’s vision remains 'enriching lives through learning' and the college does this by providing a supportive environment in which students can learn and develop."However, our ultimate aim is to develop students’ knowledge, skills and attitudes to ensure that they can secure employment, develop a career and become successful individuals who are effective and active citizens." Guest speaker Liz Kemp, deputy director of the Open University's Centre for Inclusion and Collaborative Partnerships and adviser to the college, presented the certificates and awards to students.Highlights included the higher education award for academic excellence, which was won by Charlotte Wright, who studied on the young children’s learning and development course and gained a first class honours degree with an exceptional dissertation.