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Thirty six awards were presented at the annual College of West Anglia (CWA) staff awards.

Staff were recognised for outstanding work that included teaching excellence and management.

And for some there was acknowledgement of their service to the college and were presented with lifetime achievement awards.

Joint winners of the Employee of the Year award were Domminie Wright and Kelly-Ann Neale, lecturers in Health and Social Care.

They both took home a second award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Domminie Wright, Lecturer in Health and Social Care at CWA said; “I was delighted to receive the award for employee of the year, it is certainly nice to have the success of the T-levels acknowledged.

“Kelly and I have found this an exciting challenge and are passionate about delivering a new programme of study in the Health and Social Care department, which focuses specifically on supporting students to progress onto health professions.”

Kelly-Ann Neale, Lecturer in Health and Social Care at CWA said; “I was thrilled to receive the employee of the year award alongside my colleague Domminie.

“I am always proud to work for The College of West Anglia and look forward to developing the T-Level Health course further to bring even more opportunities for young people in our local community.’

Here is a list of winners and runners-up of this year’s staff awards: –

CWA governor Dave Clark with CWA Team of the Year, Sport

 Lifetime Achievement Awards (25 years service)

Anna Perryman – Student Mentor

Peter Klohn – Cleaner

Jenny Mitchelson – Cleaner

Paul Ebbens – TSO Art & Design

Paula Avey – Lecturer in Computing

Julie Robinson – Student Welfare Manager

Julie Lawrence – Lecturer in Sport

Excellence in Teaching & Learning

Winner – Carl Bramham – Lecturer in maths

Winner – Domminie Wright and Kelly-Ann Neale – Lecturers in Care

Winner – Michael Heathcote – Lecturer in Construction

Runner Up – Tim Burgess – Lecturer in Engineering and Electrical

Runner Up – Ewan Paton – Lecturer in Art & Design

Runner Up – Caroline Sadler – Lecturer in Animal Care

Business Support Employee of the Year

Winner – Jodie Caseley – Safeguarding and Welfare Officer

Winner – Joanne Ireland – Payroll Officer

Runner Up – Sharon House – Management Accountant

Team of the Year

Winner – Sport

Runner Up – CIS

 New Employee of the Year

Winner – John Kramarchuk – Part-time Lecturer in Performing Arts and Music

Runner Up – Olivia Hamlet – Marketing Coordinator – PR and Events

Special Award for Outstanding Contribution during the last Academic Year

Winner – Daisy Smalley – Learning Enhancement Lead

Runner Up – Aimee Symonds – Hummingbirds Coordinator

Support in the Learning Environment

Winner – John Matthews – Learner Support Officer

Runner Up – Tracy Challis – Former Skills Tutor – Animal Care

Runner Up – Steph Sands – Teaching Support Officer – Art & Design

CWA staff award winners with CWA Principal David Pomfret and Chair of Governors Gill Rejzl

Unsung Hero

Winner – Wendy Burman – Cleaner KL

Runner Up – Monique Campbell – Catering Assistant

Runner Up – Cibele De Carvalho – Teaching Support Officer – Hospitality

Use of IT

Winner – Hannah Mann – Lecturer in Care

Runner Up – Caroline Greyson – Lecturer in Public Protection Services

Community Engagement

Winner – Luke Byron – Marketing Coordinator – Schools Liaison

Runner Up – Kate Newstead and Emma Pewter– Equestrian Centre Coordinator and Programme Manager – Equine

 Leadership Award

Winner – Julie Robinson – Student Welfare Manager

Runner Up – Michelle Blake – Marketing Manager

Employee of the Year

Winner – Domminie Wright and Kelly-Ann Neale

(PHOTOGRAPHY: Paul Tibbs) 

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