Calderdale College praised the hard work of its students at its annual Vocational Qualification (VQ) Awards evening.
The ceremony at Victoria Theatre, Halifax, recognised the college’s top students working towards vocational qualifications as part of national VQ Day.
The evening was compered by performing arts lecturer Adam Smith and student union representative and Level 3 Business student Amy Waite.
Dance students opened the show with a vibrant routine.
Award nominations were selected not only in recognition of their success and achievement in their chosen field, but also for their commitment and for the positive impact that their learning experience has had on their lives, including how their success has impacted on the wider community.
Young Learner of the Year (VQ Hero) went to Joinery student Andrew Bewell and Art and Design student Lee Midgely picked up the Adult Learner of the Year (VQ Hero) award The Keith McDonald Inspirational Learner of the Year Award went to Childcare student Antonia Senior.
Anthony Collins and Scott Wilson picked the most improved young and adult learner awards respectively.