Many of our students progress on to university or find employment in their chosen career. Please find below success stories at Warrington Collegiate.
Student Sian Vance completed the National Extended Diploma in Fashion and Clothing at Warrington Collegiate and was awarded the Phil Callaghan Special Award for Outstanding Achievement at the college's Further Education Awards Ceremony. Sian has a place at Salford University to study a BA Honours Degree in Fashion. Sian Vance - BTEC National Extended Diploma in Fashion, Level 3
"I came to Warrington Collegiate as a Level 2 Plumbing student with the intention of getting an apprenticeship leading into a job. My expectations were exceeded. This year I won the regional Plumbing Apprentice of the Year, which then took me to the national final in Swindon which I also won! The tutors have always inspired me to push myself and raise the standards of my work. I would always encourage others to go into a trade as the course and skills I have gained have set me up for life. I now plan to set up my own businesin the plumbing industry." Kristian Poyner - Plumbing Advanced Apprenticeship, Level 3
Former Lymm High School pupil, Shanice Birchall has recently completed the BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts - Dance and now plans to study Dance Performance at Coventry University. Shanice has been an exceptional student at the college. Both Shanice and her course tutor, Sindy were recently invited to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen, in recognition of services to performing arts. Shanice Birchall, BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts, Level 3