Congratulations to Sport student Carl, who achieved D* and is progressing to University Centre St Helens to study FdSc Exercise, Health and Fitness!
Carl said: “I am beyond impressed with my result and feel that I have come such a long way since finishing school. I’ve always felt like I’ve had to prove myself, so achieving top marks shows that I am more capable than I think and can do anything that I set my mind to!
He added: “In the future, I hope to be able to work within a coaching or sports therapy setting, helping people to improve their mental health and physical fitness.”
Dylan, Steph and Martin
Computing students and friends, Dylan, Steph and Martin celebrated together this morning, after all achieving D*D*D*!
Both Dylan and Martin have secured their places at first choice university, Lancaster University and Steph at Edge Hill University.
Aspiring University Professor, Dylan, said: “I’ve put in a lot of hard work, so it’s great to have the payoff and achieve top marks.”
Steph is “made up” with her results and said: “I feel like I’ve achieved a lot more than I expected. I am looking forward to starting my university experience, living out and being more independent. I hope to become a teacher one day.”
Martin, who hopes to start his own software business in the future, said: “This year has been challenging but it has made me realise what I am capable of and now I am looking forward to starting university in September.”
They all credit their Computing tutors for their “amazing support” throughout a challenging year, with Deputy Head of School for Business and Professional, Ben saying: “The students have been fantastic and so hard working. It’s been a pleasure to teach every one of them and I wish them all the best – they’ll be brilliant!”
Congratulations to Rosie who has achieved a Distinction in her Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport and Physical Activity!
Rosie is progressing onto Liverpool John Moores University to study Physical Education in September.
She said: “I’ve really enjoyed my time at Knowsley, and I’ll really miss the college and my tutors. I’ve had the best time here and was able to learn things I never thought I would.
“I’m so happy with my results and I’m excited to start my degree and have even more new experiences.”
A BIG congratulations to Media student, Matthew, who has secured his place at Liverpool John Moores University to study Media Production!
Matthew said, “I’m so happy that I have achieved D*D*D*, especially after a difficult year due to COVID but I am excited to be able to move forward now. I received my email this morning from Liverpool John Moores confirming that I’d secured my place. I want to work in the TV and film industry one day.”
Congratulations to Sport student, João, who achieved a Distinction in his Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport and Physical Activity.
João joined us from Brazil and is hoping to start his gym instructor and personal training qualification this September, before progressing onto university.
João said: “I’m really happy with my results and I’ve had a great time at Knowsley. Everyone here has been really helpful and made me feel at home.”
Natasha and Amy
Health and Social Care
Huge congratulations to Health and Social Care students Natasha and Amy who both achieved A*s!
Congratulations girls and best of luck for the future!
Well done to Sport student, Callum, who achieved a Merit and is progressing to University Centre St Helens to study FdSc Exercise, Health and Fitness!
Callum said: “I’ve really enjoyed my course at Knowsley. The highlight for me has been making loads of friends who have helped me to come out of my shell.”
Congratulations to first year student Maisie who has achieved a Distinction for her Level 3 Diploma in Sports and Exercise Sciences!
She is looking forward to returning to college for her second year in September.
Well done to Matty who has achieved a D* in his Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport and Physical Activity!
Matty said: “I’m really happy with my results and excited to start my Sports and Exercise Science degree at Liverpool John Moores University. The practical aspects of my course have been my favourite. I enjoyed being able to plan my own training programs and learning about anatomy.”
After university, Matty hopes to become either a Physiotherapist or a Teacher.