Congratulations to Roopleen Kapor for winning the Jack Petchey achievement award this week for her remarkable commitment to the Level 3 Diploma in Biomedical Science course. She is hoping to continue her studies and progress onto her second year at Richmond upon Thames College.
The Jack Petchey Achievement Award Scheme recognises the positive contributions, efforts and endeavours of young people aged 11-25 across London and Essex. These achievements include being a great role model, volunteering, overcoming personal challenges and supporting others over and above expectations. For the Award, the winner will receive a £250 grant, which can be used for anything that will benefit their class.
Each term, outstanding students are nominated by their classmates for a Jack Petchey Award and this term Roopleen received the award for her contributions and commitment to her course.
Roopleen’s teacher, Sam Narh spoke of her recent achievement saying “Roopleen has worked extremely hard this term. She is a very committed and kind-hearted student who puts others before herself and is much liked by all her peers.”
“She has exhibited a great deal of leadership qualities during group practical sessions and helped other students with their work. I’m really pleased that the class made an excellent choice in selecting her for the Jack Petchey award. Well-done Roopleen.”
Find out more about our Biomedical Science courses, here.