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Staff recognised in Myerscough MyStar awards

Published
Wednesday 7 July

Teaching and support staff have been recognised in the annual Myerscough ‘MyStar’ awards.

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Winners of the MyStar Awards are nominated by students and given to members of both academic and support staff who learners feel have gone above and beyond their expectations.

Hundreds of students nominated dozens of staff, and the winners and highly commended are:

ACADEMIC STAFF - to recognise someone who has supported or inspired students to achieve more.

Winner - Kayleigh Holmes (Equine)

Highly Commended:

Emma Collins (Horticulture)

Liam Howard (Agricultural Engineering)

David Iveson (Agriculture)

Usman Maravia (General Education)

Kim Massingham (Functional Skills)

Joanne O'Leary (Animal Studies)

Gaynor Townley (Animal Studies)

INCLUSIVE LEARNING STAFF - to recognise someone who has supported or inspired students to achieve more.

Winner - Lindsey Trimnell (Foundation Learning) - This was awarded posthumously, as Lindsey very recently passed away, to recognise her contribution to the department.

Highly Commended:

Mamie Lau (Croxteth)

Kim Pillans (General Education)

SUPPORT STAFF - to recognise someone who has supported, inspired, or gone above and beyond expectations.

Winner - Barry Sherriff (Head of Foundation Learning)

Highly Commended:

Candice Booth (Croxteth Animal Unit Manager)

Pam Hart (Croxteth Senior Centre Administrator)

Samantha Kirk (Croxteth Job Coach)

SUSTAINABILITY, COMMUNITY AND CHARITY AWARD - to recognise someone for an outstanding contribution to the environment, charity or community through the work they do.

Winner - Carmel McDonald (Croxteth Foundation Learning Co-ordinator)

Highly Commended:

Jon Hoole (Horticulture)

Andrew Parkinson (Agriculture & Countryside)

Thanks to all students who submitted a nomination and congratulations to all staff members who have been recognised.

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