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Trinity sponsors Adult Learners' Week ESOL Award

21 May 2013

Adult Learners’ Week takes place from 18 – 24 May 2013 in the UK and is a national celebration of the benefits of lifelong learning.
Trinity is delighted to be sponsoring the Building Life Skills through ESOL award. Congratulations to award winners:
Daina Joksiene who was nominated by Chris Dale from Northbrook College (South East)
Aster Ghebreyesus who nominated by Laverne Wharton from Morley College (London)
Samra Hot who was nominated by Michael Lilley from My Time (Midlands)
Gloria Henrietta Gyaminah nominated by Elke Shaw (North West)

Adult Learners’ Week took place from 18 – 24 May 2013 in the UK and is a national celebration of the benefits of lifelong learning.

Trinity was delighted to sponsor the Building Life Skills through ESOL award. Congratulations to the award winners:

South East winner Daina Joksiene was nominated by Chris Dale, left, from Northbrook College and is pictured with sponsor of the award Janet Golding, right, UK ESOL Development Manager at Trinity.

 

London winner Aster Ghebreyesus, centre, was nominated by Laverne Wharton from Morley College.

 

Midlands winner Samra Kahriman, right, was nominated by Michael Lilley, left, from My Time.

 

North West winner Gloria Henrietta Gyaminah, left, was nominated by Elke Shaw and is pictured with Janet Golding, UK ESOL Development Manager at Trinity 

UK ESOL Development Manager at Trinity, Janet Golding, said, ‘Trinity College London is delighted to have sponsored the Building Life Skills through ESOL Award for Adult Learners’ Week, which celebrates the achievements of people like Aster, Samra, Daina and Gloria Henrietta who come to live in the UK with little or no English. Through hard work and dedication they are all well on their way to fulfilling their dreams and aspirations.’ 

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