A total of 14 student teams entered the tournament, battling it out in for a chance to take part in the final match. Teams ‘Ethnicity FC’ and ‘Walton Warriors’ were victorious in the qualifying matches, but it was Walton Warriors who were crowned the winners.
Winning Team Walton Warriors with Principal Virginia Barrett, Vice Principal Lawrence Magee, Learner Services Manager Nicky Branson, Learner Services Officers Clare Parrack and Roxy Mills, College Health and Wellbeing Adviser Sally Marlow, and Lee Crocker from Phoenix Sporting Goods.
The charity match was organised by Learner Services Officers Clare Parrack and Roxy Mills, and inflatable football goals were donated to the College by Phoenix Sporting Goods.
The winning students Harry, Samuel, Rory, Tyler, Jordan, Max and James were awarded certificates and red noses by College Principal, Virginia Barrett.
Learner Services Officer Roxy Mills commented “This event exceeded all expectations and was so much fun. Students appeared to really enjoy the day and we are so pleased with the outcome and money raised for Red Nose Day. Thank you to everyone who got involved, from the teams, to the referees and staff who volunteered their time to help run this event.”
As well as raising £148.57 through the football tournament, an additional £176.51 was raised through cake sales, sweep stakes and activities at our Bookworms Nursery.
Charity Events are just one of many activities arranged by our Learner Services Team throughout the year to enrich the student experience. You can find out more about our range of courses for School Leavers here.