The first full term back following remote learning has seen some outstanding performances from our scholars both on and off the pitch. Following great debate and consideration between our tutors and coaches we are delighted to announce the latest Football Industry College student of the term winners. Watch below as we caught up with the winners to get their thoughts on being crowned student of the term.
ethan lloyd-patrick – norwich student of the term
“From an education point of view Ethan has continued to deliver a high standard of work exceeding targets set and progressing from pass grades to distinction levels scores on the units of work he has submitted. His motivation and encouragement with his peers is fantastic and is a great role model for any student on how to conduct themselves within our programme. Following the return of football Ethan has worked hard to develop his game with our coaching team and has been rewarded with game time for the elite team, while continuing to put in great performances for The FDC Norwich college squad.”Rob Turner – Tutor – FDC Norwich Football Industry College Programme
Kavana poole – lowestoft town fc student of the term
“Kav has really embraced being back at the college, setting a new personal standard and a high level for his peers to follow. For what has been a difficult time for all learners with the challenges faced of remote learning, Kav maintained focus ensuring his levels didn’t drop. Being back in the Football Industry College environment, Kav has been brilliant in planning and delivering a range of practical assignments, generating evidence towards numerous units within his sport science diploma. This included a very impressive delivery of a Yoga session to support his Fitness Instructing module showing great knowledge and direction towards his clients.”Gav Tipple – Tutor – Lowestoft Town FC Football Industry College Programme
Max Wilkinson – Sheffield student of the term
Max has been a role model for other students both during online learning and during face to face delivery. He has maintained perfect attendance across both areas and is consistently asking relevant questions to further his knowledge and understanding within all elements of the course. Max is always willing to help and completes any task that is given to him, including refereeing a 11 v 11 fixture of his peers. He is currently well on track to achieve a Distinction for his first year at FIC. On the pitch he is a joy to develop as he is keen to improve with every session which has been evident on the pitch with a great goal in one of our recent gamesJade Richards – Tutor – SGP Graves Sheffield Football Industry College Programme