Not the Oscars, but an Award is an Award

So on Wednesday it was the College Awards and although Construction is often overlooked they decided that the Carpentry team was the best team in College.

OK, I was surprised, but actually quite ‘chuffed’ as we say in Yorkshire. The big plus factor was my Level 1 Student receiving Most Improved and my Apprentice receiving Best Apprentice of the year. So, all in all an excellent night. Next week it’ll be back to the usual dribble 😜

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Carpenter and Carpentry Lecturer. Writer, musician. Curious about life and all those wonderful people in it. Follow on Twitter:- Chas_countryboy Follow on Facebook :-
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20 Responses to Not the Oscars, but an Award is an Award

  1. Pure Glory says:

    Congratulations! It is quite the honor to be the best team, everyone pulling together and doing an excellent job. It is a team effort to see the most improved Level 1 student and your apprentice getting the apprentice of the year! Congratulations to the whole team! Yes it is remarkable! 🙂

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  2. Andrea says:

    Congrats! I love how the room is decorated 🙂

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  3. Carolyn Page says:

    Woo…. I’m chuffed for you, Charlie; well done to you; that makes it all worthwhile!
    And hey… you cut quite a nice figure in your suit on stage.
    The room looks great, too.. 😀
    xoxoxo

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  4. Congratulations! Whatever we do should be done well.

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  5. Congratulations! That’s wonderful news, and well-deserved. I know you must be proud of your students and pleased to know you’re making such a difference in their lives. Way to go!

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  6. Deepak Singh says:

    Congratulations. You deserved it. Thanks for the visit and follow.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Well done, that’s a good all-round result. It’s good to make a difference to young people, as the benefits will still be seen long after you’re gone… (Apologies for the thought of mortality – it’s that sort of morning. :-))

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  8. Tim Gatewood says:

    Congratulations on winning an award. Being recognized for doing well is always a good thing.

    Liked by 1 person

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