Henley College student, Mohamed Sheriff, has been awarded a Highly Commended Runner Up award in the National BTEC Awards 2013, after being chosen from an exceptionally talented pool of students nominated from all over the country.
Mo began his studies at Henley at Foundation Level and is now completing the Extended Diploma in Business. Personal Tutor, Clare Forgie, had been so impressed with his achievement and commitment to his studies that she decided to nominate him for this year’s BTEC National Awards.
Principal Tom Espley commented: ‘Mo is a wonderful student who has been here for four years, moving up from Foundation to Advanced Level. He has shown himself to be one of the top BTEC students of the year earning Highly Commended Status in the BTEC Awards.’
Mo said of his success: ‘I was very excited when I heard I had been nominated for the award. Although I am a runner up, I feel proud of what I have achieved as I was up against students from across the whole UK. I’m very happy with the award.’
On leaving The Henley College, Mo plans to study Business at Bournemouth University and has hopes of starting his own business in the future.