Two ambitious young professionals have been shortlisted as finalists at the British Education Awards 2019 in recognition of their exceptional academic achievements.

Stephanie Moyle and Holly Shadwell are both delighted to have reached the final of such prestigious national awards. This awards ceremony recognises the value and importance of education and every award shortlisting identifies and celebrates individuals who have excelled within the British education system.

Eatock Primary School Office Manager, 24 year old Stephanie is proud to have been shortlisted in recognition for her brilliant academic results and extracurricular success within the Vocational category. The Former Ladybridge High School pupil has completed Business Administration and Team Leading apprenticeships and undertakes a demanding role in an Ofsted Outstanding Westhoughton school. 

Stephanie said, “"I am over the moon to have been shortlisted for this award and to be recognised amongst so many other professionals. I have thoroughly enjoyed completing my training through Bury College Apprenticeships and Training and I am now looking forward to putting what I have learned into practice.”

Holly, a talented Hairdresser and salon owner from Whitworth in Rochdale, is just as happy to have reached the final within the Degree category of the awards. 27 year old Holly completed her Bury College University Centre studies in June 2018 and proudly graduated with a first class honours degree on completion of her Hairdressing Management BA (Hons) degree.

During her studies, Holly consistently displayed a high level of commitment and dedication, completing her assignments to an exceptionally high standard and achieving high attendance. Holly combined her studies with her very own salon launch and is now enjoying the growing success of her business.

Holly said, “It feels amazing to be attending the British Education Awards as a finalist. I am so happy to have achieved everything that I have done through the support of Bury College.”

Stephanie and Holly are amongst 76 shortlisted candidates and the winners will be announced during the official ceremony on Thursday 31st January at Hilton Manchester Deansgate.

The Awards are made up of four categories including GCSE or Scottish National 5, A Level or Scottish Advanced Higher, Vocational and Degree.  Each Award will be presented to winners in five regions, including England (divided into two zones), Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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