Showcasing P.R.I.D.E. in Our Sixth Form Students

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Showcasing P.R.I.D.E. in Our Sixth Form Students

The P.R.I.D.E. of Highlands College Sixth Form Awards is a highlight of the college calendar: it shines a spotlight on students who have excelled in their curriculum area, and also celebrates those who embody the College’s core values: Potential. Respect. Imagination. Diversity. Excellence.


This year the event took place on Thursday 22 June with the keynote address delivered by

Kate Wright from The Diversity Network – Jersey, and the closing remarks from Sean O’Regan, Group Director of Education for Children, Young People, Education and Skills (CYPES).


The ceremony kicked off with the curriculum excellence awards, where one student from each curriculum area of the college was selected to win an award for excellence in their subject area. The winners of these awards were:


Classic Kennels Award for Excellence in Animal Management: Serena Dorey

Ruellans Garage Award for Excellence in Automotive Studies: Joao Marques

Voisins Award for Excellence in Beauty Therapy: Molly Stanton

LV Care Award for Excellence in Health and Social Care: Holly Vallois

MasonBreese Award for Excellence in Business: Hannah Gell

Pentagon Award for Excellence in Design, Engineer, Construct!: Eleesha Walker

Dandara Award for Excellence in BTEC Construction: Daniel Carter

Waitrose & Partners Award for Excellence in Culinary Arts: Ryan Romeril

Jersey Evening Post Award for Excellence in Creative Digital Media Production: Ben Humphries

Jersey Finance Award for Excellence in Access to Higher Education: Rosario Ortelli

Logicalis Award for Excellence in Information Technology: Ibson Reis

Seymour Hotels Award for Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality: Camila Dos Santos

Top Personnel Award for Excellence in English: Kai Blackwood

Jersey Arts Centre Award for Excellence in Performing Arts: Jasmine Morley

Award for Excellence in Hairdressing: Alisha Derrien

Award for Excellence in Mechanical Services Engineering and Welding: Francisco Goncalves

Award for Excellence in Sport: Grace Butler

Award for Excellence in Childcare and Education: Dalia Fernandes

Award for Excellence in Maths: Tama-Lupe Lloyd

Award for Excellence in Art & Design and Communications: Analise Picot

Award for Excellence in Future Skills: Emilia Leslie

Award for Excellence in Life Skills: Jacob Meyrick

Award for Excellence in Uniformed Services: Noah Le Moine

Award for Excellence in Pathways: Leila Matthews


Thanks must be given to all the wonderful sponsors of individual awards.

Following the curriculum excellence awards, attendees of the ceremony were introduced to the five cross-college P.R.I.D.E. awards. These awards can be won by any student from any curriculum area. Worthy candidates were nominated by members of staff, with the final decision resting with members of our Senior Leadership Team.

Each award represents one of the Highlands College core values: Potential, Respect, Imagination, Diversity, and Excellence. The winners of these awards were:

Dr. C Mortlock Memorial Award for Potential: Kaidan Ferrow

Franz Schindler Award for Respect: Noah Le Moine

Highlands Award for Imagination: Libby Webster

Katarina Setubal Memorial Award for Diversity: Belle Fosse

Highlands Award for Excellence: Nicole Hunt


The awards ceremony was brought to a close by compere Simon Macdonald and students were then invited to head out the college’s main field to join their peers for the Highlands Festival of Celebration.

There was live music from student musician Jasmine Morley, as well as Hedgie and Damien Salgado – the Wonky Factory DJs. There was also a free BBQ and a wide range of activities, from sumo wrestling and a bucking bronco to a quiet game of Uno or giant Jenga. It was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate all our Sixth Form students, and to bid farewell to those for whom their time at Highlands College has come to an end (for now!).