Another year of celebration for students who studied the BTEC Level 1 Interactive Media Programme at Studio 34. All 15 students passed with flying colours and most are progressing on to Bridgend College to further their studies on full time programmes.
It was a proud moment for staff, parents, and learning providers when the students were presented with their Record of Achievement documents by guest speaker Charles Middleton, founder of the Fairwood Trust.
A special Award of Achievement was presented to one of the students, Samuel Powner, by the Principal for his outstanding enthusiasm, dedication and hard work.
Learning Coach Nicola Berry stated that “I am delighted that the young people at Studio 34 have achieved such excellent progress. Well done to all the students they can be very proud of themselves. And I wish them well in the future.”
This was also an opportunity for visitors to look at our students outstanding work on display. Students greeted visitors and served tea, coffee and cakes and discissed their projects, work and progress throughout their time on the course. Well done all those involved on the day.