A teenage trainee veterinary nurse is celebrating after being named scholar of the 12 months.
Ella Sievewright, of Ashlands Veterinary Centre in Skipton, North Yorkshire, was named finest scholar on the Degree three Diploma in Veterinary Nursing course at Myerscough School in Lancashire. Subsequently, the 18-year-old obtained the Enhance Worldwide Award as finest scholar in her cohort.
Having all the time needed to turn out to be an RVN, Ms Sievewright joined Ashlands Veterinary Centre in 2016 shortly after leaving secondary college. She attended Myerscough School on day launch whereas present process coaching at Ashlands Veterinary Centre, which is a part of the VetPartners group.
Ms Sievewright mentioned: “I used to be shocked to win the award, however actually delighted after all of the arduous work of coaching on the observe and attending school.”
Course tutor Rachel Shepherd, who nominated for the accolade, mentioned: “Ella has been an excellent scholar all through her time at Myerscough. She has handed all her assessments on the primary try, gaining some improbable outcomes.
“She has flourished, utilizing her suggestions to enhance her work and her confidence has grown consequently. We hope to see her embarking on the next schooling course sooner or later, as she is greater than able to succeeding at diploma stage.”
‘Sensible and conscientious’
Amy Thornborrow, who was Ms Sievewright’s medical coach, mentioned: “Ella is absolutely bold to succeed and works very arduous, so we made certain she was effectively supported via her exams.
“She is a wonderful nurse, who may be very sensible and conscientious, and will get together with everybody.”