THE city's graduates have been showing off their gowns and mortarboards for a week of graduation ceremonies.

Here we share the stories of a few of those graduates and list the names of those who featured in our graduation specials in Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday's papers.

Student: William Kitching

Wales’ top men’s singles badminton player, William Kitching, celebrates another achievement today, as he graduates from the University of Worcester.

William, 21, from Solihull, who holds the number one position in Welsh national badminton, has completed his degree in sports coaching science and is now using his expertise and skills to help the next generation of young players.

“Since finishing my degree I have been working as a badminton coach for david lloyd solihull - where I currently have a number of individual and group sessions being run on a weekly basis. I have also maintained my links with the university by continuing to coach at the University of Worcester performance centre.

“I have also been coaching a number of other junior county players at different venues around Solihull and working in a primary school coaching multi-sport skills to children. I’m also in communication with Badminton England to go into various different schools to coach grass roots badminton skills to young children.”

William had hoped to represent Wales at the 2018 commonwealth games. “However, I recently found out that Badminton Wales have not got the funding to be able to send anyone to the commonwealth games,” he said.

“Obviously this came as a massive blow to me but I am staying positive and not given up on my dream of competing in the games in the future. I am continuing to train and plan on playing at the Welsh international in November 2017 and then trying to retain my Welsh national singles title for the third year in a row, in February 2018”.


AN undiagnosed learning difficulty hasn’t stopped one student from achieving First Class Honours in her degree, and as she graduates this week, a bright future lies ahead.

Sophie May, 21, from Walsall, studied Sport and Exercise Science at the University, and despite finding out part-way through her course that she had been struggling for years with undiagnosed dyslexia, she didn’t let that stop her from making the most of her potential.

“The University of Worcester helped me get a diagnosis for my dyslexia, a learning difficulty I had always struggled with but never had any support for,” Sophie said.

“The support system for people with learning difficulties is excellent at the university, and they really helped me understand about good time management and presenting my written work, which really paid off in the third year, when I won an award for my dissertation and achieved a first overall for my degree.”

“The staff at Worcester were very helpful. It’s a smaller class size than some, and that means the lecturers know you on a more personal level and can really support you,” she added.

With a First Class degree secured, Sophie hasn’t rested on her laurels for a minute.

“After I finished my degree I secured a Research Assistant’s position at Worcester, assisting academic staff who were researching the effects of sleep deprivation on exercise performance,” she said. “I have just moved to the University of Birmingham where I am studying for an MSc in Exercise and Sports Science.

Ultimately I’d like to move in to clinical work, possibly in cardiac rehabilitation.”

In addition to her studies, Sophie also had to balance a considerable list of external commitments.

“I compete in dance competitions nationally and internationally,” she said. “Fitting in training and practice for this around my studies, a part time job, and three different voluntary placements took quite a lot of doing at times, but it did make me appreciate the grades more when they did come in!”


A student who travelled from the Czech Republic to study in Worcester says she hopes her degree will set her on the path to a successful career in business.

Luisa Vodicová graduates from the University of Worcester with a BA (Hons) in International Business Management.

“I am hoping that I will start my career with an international enterprise, be promoted to Chief Financial Officer, and then hopefully become a Chief Executive Officer one day,” said the ambitious 22-year-old.

After finishing her undergraduate studies earlier this year, Luisa enrolled on a Masters’ degree at Worcester and is now studying for an MSc in Finance.

“My father is a manager in a small company, and I do look up to him,” she said. “When I was first choosing what to study I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, but knew it would be something managerial. I selected the broadest course possible, where I could learn many different things and find out what I like and what I am good at.

"International Business Management offered lot of freedom in module composition, plus we had the opportunity to go on a student exchange to a different country.”

While at university Luisa got involved in volunteering at the Daisychain Benevolent Fund Bookstore in St John’s, which she said was an experience she really enjoyed.

Luisa’s family are joining her for the ceremony.

“I am excited,” she said. “My family will be there, and I love that the ceremony will be held in the beautiful cathedral with all my friends and classmates.”


RUTH FitzSimons, who has worked tirelessly to help disadvantage and disabled young people, will receive a Fellowship from the University of Worcester today.

Ruth is a member of the governing board of the national charity, the Lord’s Taverners, giving young people a chance to engage in sport and recreational activities within the community.

Ruth is currently serving as Chair of the Charitable Programmes National Committee for the Taverners, which distributes over £3m annually.

Having spent her early years dividing her time between New Zealand and the UK, Ruth eventually returned to London permanently, where she worked in a variety of roles across the leisure, legal, and recruitment industries.

In 1985, Ruth established her own global recruitment company for the leisure industry.

Ruth has worked tirelessly in the community, fundraising for the Lord’s Taverners, working in mediation and counselling, and serving as a magistrate for more than 20 years. In fundraising, Ruth led a major appeal that secured £1m for work linked to the 2012 London Paralympics.


A leading local surgeon will receive a Fellowship from the University of Worcester.

Ronan Treacy was born into a medical family in Birmingham where his father was a GP for 40 years.

In 1983 he qualified from Birmingham Medical School and developed an early interest in research and trauma surgery. As recipient of The Royal College of Surgeons Laming Evans award in 1991, he took time out from his training to investigate the role that alterations in Red Cell membranes play in the development of Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

During this time he also developed a biodegradable antibiotic delivery system in association with Aston University.

Ronan was appointed to the staff of the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in 1994.

He ran the Revision Hip Surgery Service for nearly ten years. During this time he helped develop the pioneering Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) device with his mentor Derek McMinn, leading to the establishment of Midland Medical Technologies, a company founded by the pair to manufacture the BHR device.

For the past decade in addition to a busy clinical practice, Ronan Treacy has taught, lectured and operated around the world and performed televised surgeries in France, Canada, India and the US. In 2008, he was recognised by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham for his outstanding contribution to Orthopaedics in the city.


THE former Chief Executive Officer of Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce will receive a Fellowship from the University of Worcester.

Mike Ashton was CEO from 2007 until his retirement in 2017. Since retiring from the Chamber, he has continued to support enterprise and economic development in the region through his role as Inward Investment Ambassador for the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership.

As CEO, he established the Chamber of Commerce as a stand-alone organisation and developed strong relationships with Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Councils, the six districts, Local Enterprise Partnerships and of course, the business community. This involvement was recognised when he was awarded the Worcestershire Ambassador of the Year Award in 2011 and more recently when the Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce was awarded British Chambers of Commerce ‘Chamber of the Year’ Award in 2013.

Mike was the former Head of Enterprise Development at Liverpool John Moores University and CEO of Chamberlink, the Business Link/Chamber Services Company for Greater Manchester. He has been Chairman of a Young Enterprise Region and values the input that education can make to the development of young people and their ability to develop their business acumen.


HAVING returned to education at the age of 30, Danielle Morgan is looking forward to a new future as a scholar.

Danielle, 32, from Worcester, studied for a Foundation Degree in Mental Health, fitting her studies around her job as a Teaching Assistant at Regency High School.

“In 2015, after getting married and turning 30 all in the same month, I decided to continue with the theme of change by going back in to education,” Danielle said. “Initially I thought I might struggle because it had been a while since I was last in education, but the lecturers at Worcester were very patient and supportive. They really helped to guide me back in to it.”

“After a while, something clicked. The lectures began to make more and more sense, and I found I could apply them to my own experiences in work,” she added.

Danielle was awarded an Academic Scholarship from the University of Worcester for her impressive academic work in October 2017. She faces a bright future as a scholar, but for Danielle, her university work is a springboard to helping others.

“I currently work with young people and see first-hand how some struggle with mental health difficulties,” she said. “I want to be able to help and make a difference.

I also have a personal interest in promoting mental health, having seen first-hand the damage mental illness can do to a family.”

“I am currently doing a top-up course that will turn my foundation degree in to a full undergraduate degree, but I’m enjoying it so much that I intend to further my studies, probably with a Master’s, and possibly even one day a PhD,” Danielle added.


LEAH Hewer is hoping the ceremony will be just one of many to come in her future.

Leah, 25, from Colchester, completed a Foundation Degree in Dementia Studies and has now progressed to a BSc in Applied Health and Social Science. And she has further studies planned for the future.

“I have stayed on at the University of Worcester for the top-up degree, and after that I’d like to do a Master’s and ultimately a PhD,” she said. “I want to research personality and the experience of dementia. A lot of people feel that the personality is lost when dementia develops, I want to reconnect them.”

Leah was working in a care home and completing a basic training course on dementia when she met experts from the Association for Dementia Studies based at the University of Worcester.

“My favourite thing about my course would have to be the inclusion of  individuals living with dementia as expert contributors,”

Leah said. “So much of dementia care is about focusing on the individual, and these sessions gave us something much more intrinsically valuable than anything that can be found in a textbook. John, one of the experts by lived experience, said in our second year “I don’t want a carer, I want a friend.” I use that every day.”

For her final assessment, Leah invested all her passion for her profession

in devising an innovative new approach to boosting staff morale amongst


“My project was about adding a built-in guided reflection as part of the handover,” she said. “At the end of each shift the entire team would get together and go over events that happened throughout the shift. The last point of discussion would always be something that had gone well.

“I made so-and-so smile today”; “Me and so-and-so were dancing earlier, she was really laughing.” I want people in the care industry to be proud of those moments where, even just for a few seconds, they made someone feel better.”


SU Hemming overcame a series of challenges to complete her degree and fulfil her dream.

Su, 30, from Worcester, studied Mental Health Nursing and is the first member of her immediate family to go to university.

“I come from a long line of seamstresses,” she said. “After school that’s the path I followed too because I hadn’t got in to college and I thought my options were limited.”

But after starting a family, Su decided it was time for a change.

“After having my daughter I decided that if I was going to leave her behind to go to work, it was going to be for something worthwhile, and so I looked in to studying Psychology at college,” she said.

After completing her college course and a Foundation Degree, Su successfully secured a place on the Mental Health pathway of the Nursing degree at Worcester, but even then there were many tests still to come.

“I lost my father and three other members of my family in the first year, and juggling my course and family commitments was hard,” Su said. “I wasn’t sure I could carry on, but I was passionate about what I was doing and so I kept going. The University were very supportive and my friends and family all really helped me get through.”

Despite facing so many challenges along the way, Su has not only succeeded in completing her degree and fulfilling her dream, she has done so with flying colours.

“I’m so proud that I have achieved what I have and that I can now work to give my daughter a better life and make my mum, partner and whole family proud, while helping people and doing what I absolutely love,” she said.


WELL-KNOWN TV personality, Clare Balding OBE, will receive an Honorary Degree from the University of Worcester.

Winner of the BAFTA Special Award and RTS Presenter of the Year Award for her expert coverage of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, she is one of Britain’s leading broadcasters.

Clare has worked in radio since she left university in 1994, and has been presenting sports on television since becoming the face of the BBC’s racing output in 1998. Since then, she has worked on various  sporting fixtures including six Olympic Games, five Paralympic Games  and four Winter Olympic Games.

Clare has been named Sports Presenter of the Year at the TRIC Awards, and Racing Journalist of the Year.

She has been awarded the special achievement award at the Women in Film and Television awards for her work on the Olympics and Paralympics, and been praised for “perfect presentation” by the judges of the Broadcast Awards.

Away from radio and television, Clare is also a bestselling author. Her first book, ‘My Animals and Other Family‘ was published by Penguin in 2012 to much critical acclaim, and went on to win Biography of the Year at the National Book Awards. Her second book, ‘Walking Home’ was published in 2014.

Clare released her first children’s book last year called ‘The Racehorse Who Wouldn’t Gallop’, and followed it up with ‘The Racehorse Who Disappeared’ in September this year.


The founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, an ever-increasing collection of over 100,000 testimonies of gender inequality from across the world, Laura Bates BEM, will receive an Honorary Degree

from the University of Worcester.

Laura writes regularly for the Guardian, The New York Times, TIME magazine, the Independent and others.

She was the recipient of the Georgina Henry award at the 2015 British Press Awards.

Laura works closely with politicians, schools and universities worldwide, as well as bodies - from the United Nations to the Council of Europe - to combat gender inequality. She is also a Contributor for Women Under Siege, a New York-based organisation working against the use of rape as a tool of war in conflict zones worldwide, and she is Patron of Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support.

Her campaign work has seen Facebook ban rape and domestic violence content from its platform and the UK government agree to put sex and relationships education on the school curriculum.

Laura was awarded a British Empire Medal in the 2015 Queen’s Birthday Honours List and was named a Woman of the Year by The Sunday Times, Cosmopolitan, and Red magazine. Her first book, Everyday Sexism, was shortlisted for Waterstones book of the year and the Political Book Awards Polemic of the Year.


Rob Behrens CBE, the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman in the UK, will receive an Honorary degree from the University of Worcester.

Rob holds nonexecutive positions at UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admission Service) and the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman. He is Chair of ENOHE, the European Network of Ombudsmen in Higher Education, and a Visiting Professor at University College London.

Rob was Independent Adjudicator and Chief Executive of OIAHE, the ombudsman service for higher education students in England and Wales, for two terms between 2008 and 2016. Previously, Rob worked in higher education and then had a career in the UK civil service.

During his time with the civil service, Rob served for three years as Secretary to the Committee on Standards in Public Life, the body giving independent advice on standards to the Prime Minister.

He also worked in international development, including notable work on the South African transformation from apartheid - a role for which he was thanked personally by Nelson Mandela. Rob was also Complaints Commissioner to the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales between 2006 and 2008.

Rob was made a CBE for ‘services to higher education’ in the 2016 New Year’s Honours List.


KATHRYN Gutteridge, a Consultant Midwife and current President of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), will receive an Honorary Degree from the University of Worcester.

Kathryn has worked in many diverse settings, including neonatal services and community midwifery.

For the last fifteen years she has worked as a Consultant Midwife, first at Leicester, and now with Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust.

Kathryn has developed models of care that put women at the heart of the childbirth process, specialising in emotional wellbeing during childbirth, and women maintaining control over their choices. She has worked tirelessly as a passionate advocate for women’s psychological wellbeing, and has worked with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and as a former member of the Board of the Royal College of Midwives.

During her career Kathryn has striven to ensure sensitive maternity care is provided to women who have experienced sexual abuse, founding Sanctum Midwives - an organisation that educates and challenges the stigma around sexual abuse and its impact during motherhood.

Kathryn has a global reputation for excellence in her field.

She has published widely and been invited to share her expertise as far afield as Australia, Dubai, Israel and Sweden.


A BUDDING sports journalist, who works as an announcer for Worcester City Football Club’s home games, graduates from the City’s university.

Max Banner has spent the past three years juggling his Journalism studies with his match work, which also involved post match interviews at his hometown Bromsgrove Sporting FC.

Twenty-one-year old Max, who is currently working at a PR company, said he hoped one day to pursue a professional career in sports journalism.

“During my time at university I was given the opportunity to undertake a number of placements in the industry, including at BBC Hereford & Worcester radio and BBC Sport England Online at the Mailbox in Birmingham, as well as getting to interview basketball stars at the Worcester Wolves and going to football matches to report on games,” he said.

“This was all made possible through the University being a superb place to pursue an interest in sports journalism.

There were so many chances to get out and actively see the news, as opposed to just writing about it and that is really great.”

While at university, Max was awarded an Academic Scholarship of £1,000 in recognition of excellent academic chievements.


An Evesham student has taken her first step towards a medical career after completing her studies at the University of Worcester.

Bethany Jones graduates today with a BSc (Hons) in Human Biology.

“I have been interested in Biology since I can remember, perhaps from watching medical programmes and reading biology books my parents used to buy me,” said the 21-year-old. “I think the human body is fascinating and we will never stop learning about the amazing processes which the body undertakes to bring about life.”

After completing her degree earlier this year, Bethany secured a job at Cheltenham General Hospital within the Histology department.

“I think the practical work I undertook whilst at university helped me secure this job as it provided me with real life experience of working within a lab, which came across very professional within the workplace.,” she said. “The type of work involved within Histology is so diverse and interesting, especially the dissection aspect. I would urge anyone interested in laboratory work or Biomedical Science to consider a career within an NHS medical laboratory, the opportunities are endless.”

Bethany said she was excited about today’s graduation ceremony in Worcester Cathedral.

“It puts an end to the amazing three years I had at the University of Worcester.”


FROM the age of five, Worcester-born Taylor Cornes knew she wanted to be a teacher. And she graduates from the University of Worcester having achieved that ambition.

In September Taylor took her first steps in front of a classroom is a Newly Qualified Teacher, having secured a job teaching Year 3 at Pitmaston Primary School.

“Teaching is a vocation which I feel I was born to do and my family and friends all agree,” said the 21-year-old. “It has been an ambition of mine since the age of five, when I was inspired by a teacher at school. Since then, I have always enjoyed imparting knowledge and changing the lives of others through education, despite being the only teacher in my immediate family.”

Taylor decided to stay local to undertake her training, completing a degree in Primary Initial Teacher Education at the University of Worcester.

“For me, there was no other option of where to study,” she said. “At the time that Iwas taking my A-level exams and applying for university, my dad was diagnosed with cancer, so receiving an offer from the University of Worcester was an essential, as I would have to care for my dad during his treatment.

Fortunately, after a successful interview, I was offered a place and my life changed from that moment.


THE Director of the Hay Festival, Peter Florence, MBE, will receive an Honorary Degree from the University of Worcester.

Peter founded the world-famous festival in 1988 and has since launched

similar festivals across the world, including Cartagena, Nairobi, Dhaka, and at the Alhambra Palace.

Peter has co-edited three volumes of children’s stories launched in  support of the charity Oxfam – Oxtales, Oxtravels, and OxCrimes, and he is a member of the European Union’s EFFE Jury (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe) that determines which festivals across the continent will receive the EFFE Label and which qualify for the EFFE Awards.

Peter was educated at Cambridge University and at the Sorbonne In Paris. He holds honorary doctorates from the Open University and The University of Wales, and is a Fellow of the Universities of Cardiff and Bangor, Hereford Art College and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Peter was awarded an MBE for services to Literature in 2005, and received the Colombia Es Pasion ‘Colombian by Heart’ from the Colombian government for promoting the country’s culture and literature. He is married to the publisher Becky Shaw. They have four sons and live in the Black Mountains.


HIS Honour Toby Hooper QC will become a Fellow of the University of Worcester.

Toby was a Circuit Judge assigned to the Crown, County and Family Courts at Worcester and Hereford in 2007. He retired in 2016, and later that same year was appointed an Honorary Freeman of the City of Hereford.

Since retirement, Judge Hooper has taken on roles as a Governor of Worcester Sixth Form College and as a trustee of Worcester Live.

His Honour Toby Hooper QC graduated in Law from Durham University in 1972, and was called to the Bar in 1973 by inner Temple, his Inn of Court.

From 1974 to 2007 he was in practice as a Barrister in Chambers at 12 King’s Bench Walk, Temple, London, eventually specialising in civil liability claims and in employment and discrimination claims.

While in practice as a Barrister, Judge Hooper was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in 2000, a Bencher [Governor] of Inner Temple, and a Recorder (part-time Judge) of the Crown Court. He was also a member of the General Management Committee of the Bar Council from 2003 to 2005, before his appointment as a Circuit Judge in 2007.


IDRIS Khan, an internationally celebrated artist, will receive an Honorary degree from the University of Worcester.

His work investigates memory, creativity and the layering of experience, and ranges across a variety of media - from sculpture to painting and photography.

Idris’s work is characterised by a continuous process of creation and erasure, or the adding of new layers while retaining traces of what has gone before. He is well known for his large-scale works in which techniques of layering are used to arrive at what might be considered the essence of an image.

His early work used digital technology to overlay and combine an entire series of visual or textual works - for example every late Constable painting, or every stave of Chopin’s Nocturnes.

In more recent work, such as his 2013 exhibition Beyond the Black, Khan has moved from anipulating preexisting artefacts to developing his own resolutely hand-made approach.


AWARD-WINNING teacher and broadcaster, Phil Beadle, will become a Fellow of the University of Worcester.

He has a long history of delivering transformational English results in schools in challenging circumstances.

He was named Secondary Teacher of the Year at the National Teaching Awards, and won London Secondary Teacher of the Year in the same year.

As a consultant, he is an expert in literacy, behaviour management and teacher training. 

Phil has written extensively in the press, including a ten-year stint as an education columnist for The Guardian and has published many key educational texts.

He is the editor of the ‘How to Teach’ series and wrote the first book in the series, which as awarded 10/10 by the Times Educational Supplement.

His programmes for Teachers’ TV are used in universities across the English speaking world and include three of the forty most popular programmes in the channel’s run. He has won two Royal Television Awards: the on-screen breakthrough award for ‘The Unteachables’ and the most educational impact in primetime schedule for ‘Can’t Read, Can’t Write’.


SARAH Ellis, an award winning theatre producer and an influential figure in the realm of the digital arts, will be awarded a University Fellowship.

Sarah is currently working as Director of Digital Development for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

In 2016 she was awarded The Hospital Club and Creative Industries award for cross industry collaboration for her work on The Tempest in partnership with Intel and The Imaginarium Studios.

In 2013 Sarah was listed in the top 100 most influential people working in Gaming and Technology. She recently produced Midsummer Night’s Dreaming – a digital theatre project – in partnership with Google’s Creative Lab, which won two Lovie Awards for Innovation and Experimentation.

As a theatre and spoken word producer, Sarah has worked with the Old Vic Tunnels, Battersea Arts Centre, Birmingham REP, Contact, Freeword, Improbable, Southbank Centre, Soho Theatre, and Shunt. She has been Head of Creative Programmes at the Albany Theatre and Programme Manager for Apples & Snakes, England’s leading performance poetry organisation. Sarah has also featured in The Guardian and is a regular speaker and commentator on digital arts practice.


A MATURE student has proven it’s never too late to go back to the classroom and boost your career.

Elaine Wood from Oldbury, graduates from the University of Worcester today just two weeks after turning 55 and says her degree has already helped her to secure a promotion.

“The course has already benefited me as I have taken on the role of Extended Services Manager for Moat Farm Primary School in Oldbury where my role is to provide high quality wrap around care,” she said.

Elaine studied for a BA (Hons) in Integrated Working with Children and Families “Having completed the Foundation Degree in Learning Support I started to look for a top-up course,” she said.

“I wanted to compliment my current working role of Learning Support Co-ordinator and back up my practical experience with the theory behind working with my students and their families.”

She added: “In the future I would like to move on to a pastoral and safeguarding role with children, with additional needs, where family support is vital to help the children achieve and get the best from their education and life.”

On graduation, Elaine said: “I never thought of myself as being able to complete a degree as I left school with mediocre qualifications. My former line manager, Hilary Gardner, encouraged and believed in me to continue with my studies when the going got tough.

“I feel so proud to have achieved a degree at 55. It is an absolute honour to be graduating from the cathedral in my dad’s home city. I will graduate beside my best friend, Sturcha Wynn, my study buddy, and we will celebrate our success together with our families.”


SARAH Bakewell has successfully completed a Master’s in Education while working full time at a primary school and juggling an international sporting career.

Sarah, 29, from Ashby de-la-Zouch, said: “After I finished my first degree I spent years teaching children to swim and working as a personal trainer. That was where I developed a passion for teaching, so I decided to go back to university to study for a PGCE in Primary Education.”

Having completed her PGCE at the University of Worcester, Sarah successfully secured her first full time teaching post, but she felt she still had unfinished business in the academic world.

“After putting in the effort to complete the PGCE whilst working full time, I knew this was something I was capable of, so I decided it made sense to use the 60 postgraduate credits I had from the PGCE, and top it up to the 180 you need for a full Master’s,” she said.

“It helped that the lecturers at Worcester were all very knowledgeable,” Sarah added. 

“They brought a variety of experience to the table which held my interest and made it all feel worthwhile. Plus which, the University of Worcester in general has a very welcoming feel to it, which made it an enjoyable place to study and socialise.”

Aside from studying and working, Sarah is a triathlete and last year represented Great Britain at the Xterra World Championships in Maui, Hawaii.

“I believe that exercise is key to a healthy lifestyle and with that comes motivation and dedication to both work and recreation. To fit all this in is hard and takes a great deal of organisation, but the early morning training sessions set me up for the day ahead at school.”

For her Master’s thesis, Sarah researched the cultural barriers that affect access to sport within multicultural communities, a topic that has had a real tangible impact on her professional work in school.

“Living and working in Birmingham, it can be evident that socioeconomic and cultural factors play a key part in the provision of sporting facilities, and in this case swimming lessons,” she said. “It was fascinating conducting parent interviews and questionnaires to really dig  into any potential cultural barriers when it comes to sport. The results were not only beneficial to me but to my school as the action plan that I created has been implemented, contributing to the success of our swimming provision.”


GEORGINA Byrne, a Residentiary Canon of Worcester Cathedral, will become a Fellow of the University of Worcester. In January 2017, she was appointed as a Chaplain to the Queen.

A scholar of great distinction, Georgina initially studied Theology at Trinity College, Oxford, before completing an M.Phil. in Church History at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, whilst simultaneously training for ministry at Westcott House. Her PhD, completed in 2008, explores ideas of the afterlife in Victorian England.

Georgina was ordained as a Deacon in 1997, and then as a priest in 1998. She served her curacy at All Saints Church in West Bromwich, before moving to the diocese of London to take up a post as Chaplain to the Bishop of Kensington. In 2004 Georgina moved to Worcestershire to become a vicar in Romsley.

In 2010, Georgina published a book entitled Modern Spiritualism, based on her PhD thesis.


AWARD-WINNING children’s author and illustrator, Petr Horácek, will become a Fellow of the University of Worcester.

Growing up in Czechoslovakia, Petr developed a passion for art and design at an early age. 

He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Art in Prague, graduating as a Master of Fine Art in 1994.

As a student Petr met his English wife Claire, and shortly after graduatingthey moved to England.

Petr was inspired to write books by the birth of his first child. Shortly after welcoming the new arrival, he had written, illustrated and published his first titles, ‘Strawberries are Red’, and ‘What is Black and White?’

He received the Books For children Newcomer Award in 2001, and has since gone on to write and illustrate many children’s books.

Petr’s books have been translated in to many different languages, delighting eager readers and garnering acclaim on the international stage. His work has won awards in the UK, USA, and Holland.


RUFUS Norris, the Director of the National Theatre in 2015, will receive an Honorary Degree from the University of Worcester.

Rufus has directed Mosquitoes, a new play by Lucy Kirkwood, and My Country: a Work in Progress, a verbatim response to the EU referendum.

His productions at the National have also included The Threepenny pera, by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, wonderland, a new musical that he created with Damon Albarn and Moira Buffini, and Everyman, adapted by Carol Ann Duffy.

In 2016, Rufus collaborated with Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller on We’re Here Because We’re Here – a UK-wide event to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.

Rufus was an Associate Director at the Young Vic from 2002 to 2007, where his work included Feast, Vernon God Little, Herge’s Adventures of Tintin, and Afore Night Come, for which he won the Evening Standard Best Newcomer award.

Rufus Norris’ debut feature film Broken premiered at Cannes in 2012 and won Best Film at the British Independent Film Awards in 2013. His film of London Road was released in June 2015 and the TV film of My Country will be aired on BBC2 at the beginning of November this year.


JULIE Swan, the Executive Director of General Qualifications at Ofqual - the qualifications and exams regulator for England, will become a Fellow of the University of Worcester.

Before joining Ofqual she was the Head of Education and Training at the Law Society for England and Wales, where she was responsible for regulating solicitors’ education and training.

Julie has also served as Director of Development at the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, and she served as an independent member of the Board of Governors at the University of Worcester from 2008 - 2017, including a stint as Chair of the Audit committee.

Tuesday's graduates

Foundation Degree Arts in Sports (Tourism)

Rhys Curran

Christian Henry

Lisheng Hu

Jean-Denis Liona

Tiago Sacramento Neto

Jamie Smith

Connor Ward

Foundation Degree Science in Football Business Management and Coaching Stourbridge

Daniel Brookes

Iscah Clamp

Jake Hollylee

Thomas Pepperall

Tyrone Williams

Higher National Diploma in Sports Coaching Stourbridge

Mitchell Aspland

Leon Davies

Nathan Greenwood

Michael Hartwell

James Wildsmith

Brodie Williams

Higher National Diploma in Sports Performance and Coaching

Joshua Dodd

George Hancock

Ashley Leighton

Scott McPhillips

Joshua Medlyn

Arandeep Singh

Christina Thornton

William Upton

Higher National Diploma in Sport Coaching and Physical Education

Zak Agnew

Joseph Barker

Laura Brownlie

William Colson

Bobby Gaymer

Bradley Hill

James Hoult

Micha Jackson

Philip John

Billy Lacey

Wai Lam

Scott Marsh

David Ogunbona

Soner Onbasi

Keenan Reilly

Christopher Rowlinson

Lorretta Rushton

Claire Sanders

Matthew Simpson

Rizza Sims

William Sivell

Oliver Thomson

Eleanor Turner

Daniel Whadcock

Samuel Wood

Molly Wooliscroft

Bachelor of Science in Physical Education (Major)

Ryan Martin

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physical Education (Major)

Kyri Babbage

Jade Lewis

Liana Mellichap

Bethany Roberts

Jessica Sly

James Smith

Alex Welch

Amy Wright

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Physical Education and Education Studies

Oliver Turner

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Physical Education and English Language

Holly Awford

Erika Tootell

Hannah Yates

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physical Education and Human Biology

Zoe Spicer

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physical Education and Outdoor Education

Taryn Blackman

Faye Brook

Kerryn Durrant

Jack Gordon

Megan Lazenby

Melissa Little

Georgia Matthews

Matthew Michel

Jack Moore

Aaron Patching

Lucy Skelding

Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Sports Coaching Science

Jordan Ahmed

Ryan Lavery

Ashley Parsons-Smith

Christopher Walker

Abigail Ward

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physical Education and Sports Coaching Science

Luke Attwell

Kieran Berry

Mai Butler

Kieran Carroll

Adrian Cooney

Ashley Dickson

Christopher Dudley

Matthew Fusco

James Gill

Michael Harris

Samuel Hawley

Liam Higgins

George Hillman

Alice Hilton

Joshua Hogan

Thomas Howard

Matthew Hudson-Smith

Samuel Hunt

Saska Ingham

Ryan James

Tate James

Daniel Johns

Andrew Louca

Liam Marsden

Christopher Neilson

Ryan Norgrove

James O’Neill

Joseph Phillips

Ben Povey

Joshua Ryland-Langley

Jesse Samra

Jordan Scriven

Harley Simpson

Jake Smith

Jamie Summers

Nicole Thompson - Brown

Sami Watkins

Sharleen Watkins

Joshua Webb

Luke Wheatley

Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Sports Studies

Emma Bloor

Christie Clark

James Oliver

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physical Education and Sports Studies

Keanu Barnett

James Brennan

Jodie Cain

Ben Chitty

Ellis Cooper

Jack Doogue-Johnson

Peter High

Charlotte Jackson

Andrew Kilmister

Tyrone Lindsay

MacAulay Ludgate

Rebecca O’Brien

Kay Oakley

Liam Powell

Philip Quane

Beth Robson

Rachel Scally

William Teague

Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise

Harry Beaumont

Ryan Brown

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sports Therapy

Mattia Brogna

Shannon Brooks

Jordan Brown

Charlotte Byde

Zoe Croft

Megan Dodson

Rebecca Gwilliam

Sophie Lunnon

William McKale

Alice Neilson

Rebekah Nutt

Elliott Poole

Abigail Sabin

Alice Saunders

Harry Walker

Elliott Whittaker

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sports Coaching Science with Disability Sport

Charlotte Arkle

Ella Beaumont

Sophie Glenny

Emma Graham

Elle Gwatkin

Lucy Hall

Richard Henderson

Thomas Horrocks

Aimee O’Sullivan

Jake Regan

Joshua Surgeoner

Laura Vann

Jordan Young

Bachelor of Science in Sports Coaching Science

Tom Booth

Ivelin Ignatov

Ryan McLean

Ryan Perry

James Tong

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sports Coaching Science

Bethany Altwasser

Ashley Davies

Oliver Down

Timothy Dudding

Harriet Dunn

Thomas Garwood

Felix Hallam

Shannon Hayes

Ryan Howard

Guy Kirkby

William Kitching

Oliver Lewis

Lewis Marston

Andrew Oates

Connor Smith

Harry Smith

Jacob Spear

Joshua Tamcken

Alice Weaving

David Whiting

Imogen Youd

Bachelor of Science in Sports Coaching Science (Major)

William Wyatt

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sports Coaching Science (Major)

Warren Miller

Lewis Sandbrook-Hinton

Jordan Wedderburn

Bachelor of Science in Combined Studies

Jack Bromfield

Bachelor of Science in Combined Studies (Major)

Joshua Wilson

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Cricket Coaching and Management

Kieran Fowler

Elliot Hennessy

Jack Merry

Jack Ridley

Robert Stephens

Ashley Willis

James Willis

Bachelor of Science in Outdoor Adventure Leadership and Management

Lauren Brookhouse

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Outdoor Adventure Leadership and Management

Joanna Banks

Matthew Bell

Hannah Butler

Thomas Cawte

Harrison Earl

Elizabeth Griffiths-Hough

Luke Johnson

Adam Kilgallon

Peter Melton

Amy Penny

Georgia Potts

Matthew Robson

Joshua Shepherd

Kayleigh Telling

Craig Tranter

Natasha Walker

Ryan Whitehead

Lucinda Wright

Nicholas Young

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sport & Exercise Science

Tarnya Andrews

Alan Atenciana

Kieran Brazier

Sean Butler

Jacob Craner

Rhodri Curtis

Laura Dougherty

Kelly-Anne Dowling

Joseph Evans

Andy Grimwood

Ben Gutteridge

Fred Hanbury

Emily Harris

Thomas Hartwright

Stephen Jeavons

Jake Joyce

Bradley Kear

Louise King

Luke Lancaster

Gabrielle Lawrence

Jack Lawrence

Sophie May

James McNally

Rebecca Phillips

Jack Raby

Perry Reason

Miroslav Sekula

Mark Smout

Erika Steward

Elliot Turner

Amy Webb

Samuel Webb

Benjamin Whitaker

Gareth Wilkinson

Denham Williams

Cameron Wilson

Andrew Woodyatt

Bachelor of Arts in Sports Business Management

Matthew Ennis

Michael O’Brien

Tyler Perks

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Sports Business Management

Sam Butler

Aston Cook

Jack Coward

Ryan Foxall

George Hastings

Lukas Krywult

Callum Lloyd

Cyrus Molton

Donncha O’Callaghan

Elizabeth Pearson

Sian Pilkington

Jason Porter

Adam Shearman

Jemma Showler

Lukas Vaiciulis

Amy Wigley

Bachelor of Arts in Sport Development and Coaching

Sam Jones

Emma Smith

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Sport Development and Coaching

Russell Bodger

Harry Boughton

Fiona Clarke

Tim Dannatt

James Khajenouri

Gavin Lowe

Hollie Morgan-Freeth

Charles Morris

Michael Morris

Jack Passey

Daniel Pattison

Samuel Payne

Joshua Renshaw

James Riach

Kirsty Russell

Alex Stratford

Iain Taylor

Bachelor of Science in Sports Studies

Amber Ireson-Lawrence

James Lawler

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sports Studies

Daniel Adams

Elliot Barnbrook

Brittany Craggs-Williams

Ruusu Halttunen

Jonathan Hammond

Connor Hetherton

Charlotte Horton

James Hughes-Tranter

Lukas Menus

Edward Moore

Ethan Morrey

Ethan Perkins

James Rushton

Daniel Seymour

Jatinder Singh Kler

Daniel Smith

Laura Tildesley

Postgraduate Certificate in Sports Management

Andreea Ghita

Master of Science in International Sports Management

Karl Lines

Master of Science in Applied Sport Science

Ben Bradley

Daniel Cole

James Evans

Simay Kanan

Master of Science in Basketball Coaching

Pavelas Cukinas

Paul Sparrowhawk

Master of Science in Sports Coaching

Eugene Deville

Sam Yafai

Master of Arts in Outdoor Education

Stephen Williams

Master of Research in Socio-Cultural Studies of Sport and Exercise

Joanne Baker

Doctor of Philosophy

Christian Edwards

Christopher Faulkner

Andrew Renfree

Foundation Degree Arts in Business

Rodrigo De Aguiar Albuquerque

Catia Fernandes Rolo

Ross Lowe

Timur Mardanov

Lina Paskauskaite

Lily Perrett

David Rowe

Foundation Degree Arts in Business (Accounting)

Syed Ahmed

Jade King

Foundation Degree Arts in Leadership and Management

Lee Baker

Mark Flanagan

Paul Kitchen

Gemma McSweeney

Eddie Sammons

Samantha Samuels

Maria Viegas

Peter Walters

Martin Ward-White

Adrian Whitehouse

Wesley Williams

Higher National Diploma in Business Management

Borislav Chernev

Daniela Drica

Ines Fernandes

Sebastian Gijsbers

Bethany Griffin

Peter Griffin

Chris Grimes

Samuel Grimes

Benjamin Gutteridge

Russell Homer

James Jeacock

Vimbai Musarurwa

Prince Ofoegbu

Motiur Rahman

Daniel Walton

Bachelor of Arts in Accounting

Edgar Do Rosario Sanha

Daniel Hemmings

Jake Law

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Accounting

Tyler Denton

Marc Edden

Mihaela Getzova-Aleksandrova

Bradley Hendry

Sophie Horne

Chelsea James

Hayley James

Daniel Jones

Elizabeth Malkin

Robert Minchin

Anwen Rees

Matthew Rowe

Connor Tracey

Christopher Wagstaff

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Advertising

Sasha Hayden

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business Administration

Saba Abdus Samad

Ayesha Ahmed

Saad Aleem

Mishaa Ali

Beliratu Botwey

Amil Corovic

Asheni Ehelepegamage

Chris-Ann-Toni Hunter

Sara Jaber

Fatima Khan

Wajiha Khan

Goitsemang Letsatsi

Iqra Mahmood

Amogelang Modise

Areeba Mushtaq

Phatsimo Ntshabele

Arooba Qureshi

Jhanvi Shah

Manaal Siddiqui

Ekaterina Sorto

Gihan Soysa

Aisha Syed

Mogomotsi Tadubana

Miaoyun Xie

Kaynat Zehra

Zahra Zulfiqar

Bachelor of Arts in Business Management

Zihan Chen

James Dallimore

Dale Gordon

Faheem Talib

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business Management

Daniel Allison

Victoria Ansdell

Jamie Aspray

Conor Baillie

Ellie Bentley

Harriet Blakemore

Kristyna Bosokova

George Boulton

Erik Brinde

Adam Brown

Hazel Burke

Mia Campbell

Sam Ceney

Tanya Couchman

Joseph Czinege

Jessica Davis-Lyman

Charlotte Delaney

Karla Edge

Benjamin England

Jack Fairbrother

Taylor Fermor

Victoria Giles

Freya Griffiths

Lynda Griffiths

David Hargest

Megan Harris

Ben Hayes

Jordan Johnson

Beata Jones

Gurdeep Kandola

Jonathan Keany

Daniel Kelly

Joanna Knight

Tuukka Konttinen

Jordan Korner

James Lewis

Haocheng Liao

Daniel Littke

Amber MacDonald

Elliott Mann

Sonaya Mann

Rachel Miles

Olivia Millard

Vedran Neric

Beth Nevey

Claudia Pallett

Jack Palmer

Emily Parkes

Jaisal Patel

Tom Peake

Jack Richards

Jessica Roberts

George Robertshaw

Luke Robson

Michael Sayers

Haseeb Shoaib

Georgina Thompson

Krishma Vara

India Winstanley

Bethany Wood

Jack Wylde

Zhiyu Xin

Ruby Young

Yiwei Zhu

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business (Major)

Sandra Buraityte

Bachelor of Arts in Business and Computing

Luke Maxted

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business and Computing

Alexander Shaw

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business and Drama & Performance

Carrie Johns

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business and Human Geography

Nicola Bishop

Thomas McQuillan

Sophie Tapp

Bachelor of Arts in Business and Psychology

Svea Jahn

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in International Business

Devan Bansal

Dorota Dulik

Chen He

Maorong Li

Megan Lloyd

Bachelor of Arts in International Business Management

Nima Yassami

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in International Business Management

Yuliana Borisova

Tereza Brozova

Alexandra Gill

Chloe Hickman

Mitchel Hoogstrate

Krisztian Karakusa

Marcus Leys

William Marston

Luisa Vodicova

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in International Finance

Xingchen Chen

Jialing Gao

Xingxian Li

Zhikang Li

Min Liu

Meihong Long

Jing Ma

Zhenyu Ma

Huiyue Sun

Hongqin Tian

Tianyue Wang

Junjie Wu

Zhaofeng Zhang

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Marketing

Scott Cawkell

Jason Inniss

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Accountancy and Economics

Kalin Delev

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Accountancy and Human Resource Management

Hayley Arthrell

Bachelor of Arts in Business, Accountancy and Marketing

Gintautas Kvasys

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Accountancy and Marketing

Rebecca Davies

Connor Tyrrell

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Advertising and Human Resource Management

Dominika Zyra

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Advertising and Public Relations

Gregory Husselby

Kristiana Konstantinova Kovacheva

Klara Kratochvilova

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Economics and Finance

Arina Gnutova

Nina Jevstignejeva

Frazer Kelly

George Lee

Robert Lister

Georgia Richings

Joseph Schubert

Alexander Slater

Bogdan Vladuca

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Entrepreneurship and Accountancy

Rose Llewellyn

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Entrepreneurship and Management

Ryan Eden

Amie Lowton-Smith

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Entrepreneurship and Marketing

Kesha Beaupierre

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Finance and Accountancy

Louise Ansell

Fintan Dauncey

Jessica Worthington-Hunt

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Yaa Agyei-Ampomah

Avril Bartholomew

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Leadership and Human Resource Management

Katie Mincher

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Management and Accountancy

Adam Graf

Sophie Moreton

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Management and Advertising

Emily James

Bachelor of Arts in Business, Management and Economics

Enis Vllasa

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Management and Economics

George Hayward-Meek

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Management and Finance

Innes Currie

Kianna Malley

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Management and Human Resource Management

Nicolas Villanueva

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Management and Marketing

Michael Browne

Georgina Fernandez Salmon

Benjamin Izzard

Abigail Marquiss

Jonathan Orrells

Thomas Pinfield

Alex Porter

Bradley Swift

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Marketing and Advertising

Chelsea Churchill

Nicole Fenton

Charlotte Hotchin

Sohail Khan

Louise Liddiard

Cihan Tatli

Oliver Wilcox

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Marketing and Leadership

Leila Gehri

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business, Marketing and Public Relations

Elisa Rainford

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations

Viktoria Aleksandrova

Hannah Beddows

Haliena Brown

Olivia Bullough

Daniel Calcott

Emily Coppen

Megan Edwards

Nicola Evans

Allyce Field

Samantha Harris

Klara Hasnikova

Jay Hill

Emily Hofmann

Sonja Holopainen

Diana Iusco

Ashley Kearns

Kristyna Krivanova

Dominika Matejkova

Kathryn Parkinson

Quoc Pham

Amy Phillips

Martin Salvato

Alexandra-Maria Simpson

Rebeka Tunegova

Lucija Vuletic

Foundation Degree Science in Cyber Security

Andrew Brannelly

Joshua Chambers

Thomas Dold

Christopher Doll

Higher National Diploma in Computing

Richard Barnes

Benjamin Follett

Charlotte Lester

Joey Maund

Timothy O’Brien

Samuel Pulman

Ian Treanor

Benjamin Webb

Bachelor of Science in Combined Studies

Amy Butler

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Business Information Technology

Jamie Blyth

Nawaz Gul

Thomas Leahy

Joseph Percival

Jordan Sherwood

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Computer Games, Design and Development

George Alder

Duncan Baldwin

Robert Graham

Jordan Hales

Adam Harris

Andrei Letcanu

Grant Lewis

Christopher Lindsay

Andreea Nastase

Michael Parkes

Jack Tomlinson

Jamie Verner

Bachelor of Science in Computing

Lukas Andziulevicius

Luke Simpson

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Computing

George-Alexandru Apopei-Guraliuc

Danyal Aslam

Viktor Atanasov

Lucy Bacon

Jay Baldwin

Lorraine Butler

Ruichen Cai

George Chapman

Abali Chuku

Jack Cridge

Lyden Deth

Francesca Ellis

Yun Fang

Donghui Guo

Shaun Guy

Alice Higgins

Joel Hodges

Zanlai Hu

Jiaji Jiang

Ryan Lambert

Yajun Lin

Adam Lowe

Wenjie Luo

Alistair McClelland

John Morgan

Daniel Mossey

Aidan Muldoon

Minesh Patel

Kieran Pawar

Stephen Penn

Irina Petrova

Thomas Pursey

Xiaonan Qi

Alexandra Radisa

Yingying Shentu

Amy Smart

Sarah Smith

Lydia Spence

Luke Taaffe

Matthew Taylor

Dale Vernalls

Bohua Wang

Xi Wang

Matthew Webb

Benjamin Weeks

Benyu Wu

Dingchen Xin

Xiang Yang

Yueqing Zhang

Yiyun Zhu

Yucheng Zhu

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Information Technology for Education

Laura Hopkinson

Alex Postans

Elliot Worrall

Bachelor of Science in Web Development

Shabaka Robinson

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Web Development

Joshua Cottingham

Kieran Jancey - Conway

Breda O’Hare

Raluca Stoica

Postgraduate Certificate in Research Enquiry

Masimba Zata

Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods

Lemun Nuhu

Master of Business Administration

Reem Al Amawi

Henrik Bradley

Michael Dohou

Bogdan Florin Dumitru

Joshua Groth

Feixia Huang

Mubeena Iqbal

Oluwadare Lawal-Oloki

Ryan Lipton

Tereza Martinkovicova

Srosleakena Nou

Chukwunedum Ozule

Akshitha Pothamsetty

Daniel Randall

Noora Routala

Stephanie Saenz

Michal Sieradzki

Chidi Udeze

Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Leadership and Management

Christopher Potter

Master of Business Administration in Executive Leadership and Management

William Ferriday

Jon Forster

Christopher Happs

Lisa Horsnall

Anjum Khan

Richard Mansfield

Duncan Millward

John Mobberley

James Murphy

Simon Shilton

Stephen Taylor

Master of Science in Finance

Sunday Adeoti

Muhammad Arshad

Thomas Banks

Willem Mulier

Youyou Tang

Nhu Tran

Yisong Xue

Zeyu Zhu

Master of Arts in Human Resource Management

Penelope Anstey

Master of Science in Human Resource Management

Dalina Caramidaru

Martina Hatlova

Master of Science in International Management

Matthieu Crevecoeur

Pavan Dhariwal

Juan Dou

Tajul Islam Dulon

Corinna Elliot

Md Abdul Hera

Maximes Hiel

Thomas Holemans

Yakui Huang

Mullika Jakkuroj

Ravipun Jakkuroj

Mindaugas Karpauskas

Phan Loc

Nicolas Mahy

Michail Minchev

Georgiana Pavel

Filip Scheir

Jente Thijs

Chukwudi Martin Valentine Udokoro

Laurens Van Bergen

Jiawei Wang

Wednesday's graduates

Bachelor of Science in Health and Care Studies

Elizabeth Ephraims-Powis

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Nursing - Adult Branch

Amy Adair

Michelle Adey

Zara Allen

Angharad Anderson

Laura Andrew

Suzanne Atkins

Emily Atkinson

Daniel Baldwin

Thomas Bampfield

Rebecca Banner

Madeleine Bastow

Lorna Beddis

Liana Benderyte

Kate Bird

Kristy Blick

Ella Brotherton

Luke Brown

Emmalene Camden

Katie Carey

Lucy Carroll

Natasha Carson-Brown

Lauren Carter

Latisha Carthy

Jona Castillo

Rebecca Chipper-Glynn

Chloe Clarke

Emma Coleman

Heather Connolly

Emma Coopey

Lucy Cording

Chloe Davies

Lesley De Jongh

Brogan Dedicoat

Amy-Louise Dyer

Rogelio Fabros

Hannah Fellows

Emily Fish

Kerry Fullelove

Steve Gill

Karen Green

Amy Griggs

Siba Gurung

Kayleigh Haile

Sarah Hampson

Nicola Harris

Bethany Haynes

Grace Heal

Rachel Heard

Adriana Heron

Elizabeth Hodgkins

Sarah Hope

Rachel Hopkinson

Megan Hudson

Emily Jeynes

Cheryl Jones

Jenny Jones

Lucy Jones

Jake Lawley

William Leadbitter

Carly Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Emily Leyshon

Charlotte Linney

David Lowe

Georgina Marshall

Tanya Martin

Fadzai Masiza

Camilla McMahon

Katie Merriman

Natasha Merry

Heidi Morris

Laura Nash

Zaberia Nissar

Georgina O’Neill

Yetunde Olayiwola

Alice Oliver

Didi Ong

Danielle Parker

Jack Payne

Poppy Pearson

Jessica Price

Rebecca Price

Stephanie Proud

Isabelle Robinson

Charlotte Roffe

Rebecca Rose

Katie Rowberry

Liam Scarlett-Jarrett

Laura Skett

Helen Skidmore

Elizabeth Skinner

Lisa Smith

Jessica Stevens

Melissa Swain

Atiyyah Taj

Marisha Tarry

Amanda Teighe

Sanelisiwe Thebe

Christopher Thompson

Erin Thompson

Vanessa Tibbetts

Laura Tonkin

Stephanie Towner

Jessica Tracey

Julie Udall

Esther Walker

Rachael Wellby

Laura Westwood

Isabel Whitehouse

Morgan Wilkins

Alice Williams

Jay Williams

Thomas Williams

Teresa Wright

Emma Yarsley

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Nursing - Child Branch

Megan Adams

Lucinda Baugh

Emily Boulton

Melissa Carpenter

Genevieve Key

Clare Lowther

Rebecca Park

Benjamin Pickering

Danniella Roberts

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Nursing - Mental Health Branch

Isobel Border

Elizabeth Choyce

Donna-Marie Clements

Dominic Cowles

Natalie Davenport

Melissa Healey

Susan Hemming

Paige Humphreys

Georgina Lighton

Stephen Medcalf

Sara Mulligan

Leonard Nyandwi

Bella Patterson

Malcolm Payne

Laura Rider

Alistair Rodgers

Daniel Sumner

Alice Tunley

Josephine Williams

Rebekah Wood

Victoria Wright

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Nursing Studies

Franklin Ehiwobu

Lenient Okpogor

Jingqian Zhou

Bachelor of Science in Fundamentals in General Practice Nursing

Grace Castree

Michelle Hale

Jayamani Shankaran

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Fundamentals in General Practice Nursing

Tonia Meyrick

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Midwifery

Sara Attwood

Zoe Barnett

Rebecca Blair

Bonnie Cicuttin

Rachel Devlin

Victoria Gouveia

Amy Grimmett

Heather Gunner

Joanne Hambleton

Laura Hands

Jade Hearn

Lindsay Hill

Lucia Hinksman

Leanne Hope

Rebecca Howarth

Miryam Innes

Helen Jeynes

Joanna Khan

Sarah Manson

Annabelle Mascoll

Ellenor Osborne

Tanita Pardoe

Bethany Phillips

Victoria Pugh

Kate Redman

Deborah Riley

Anne Sacil

Holly Sanders

Ami Turner

Kerry Watts

Bethany Webber

Daisy Westbassett

Eleanor Wilkes

Tara Williams

Seren Willson

Caroline Woodward

Foundation Degree Science in Paramedic Science

Matthew Adams

Michelle Adams

Robert Aldham

Craig Alsop

Robert Armstrong

Beth Arnott

James Axford

Fiona Ayton

Craig Ballard

Ebony Banks

Daniel Barnett

Jeremy Beckingham

George Bell

Abigail Bennett

Matthew Bennett

Helen Biggs

Ashleigh Boardman

Alexander Bone

Myles Brady

Kye Brooks

Catriona Bryceland

Jordan Bunn

Edward Burgess

Kimberley Burn

Ross Card

Nicholas Carson

Mandy Chainey

Samantha Charles

James Clark

Matthew Clayton

Samuel Clift

Andre Collins

Kevin Conerney

Amy Cooper

Andrea Couzens

Liam Dangerfield

Charlie Davy

Harry De Voil

Aaron Duncan

April Eaton

Jessica Eddy

Sophie Edwards

Leigh Felton

Ashley Ferin

Jon Fryer

Emmet Gilgunn

Andrew Goodwin

Hollie Gore

Michael Griffiths

Robert Griffiths

William Groom

Sam Hadlington

Michelle Harley

Kieran Hennah

Georgina Hickey

Laura Hickman

Martin Hilliard

Finley Howard-Stevens

Hannah Huxley

Jimmy Jones

Leon Jones

Samuel Jones

Benjamin Lancaster

Ross Leighton

Adam Lote

Tom Middleton

James Millward

Sheena Moran

Daniel Muir

Bronwen Newbury

Jessica Norville

Eloise O’Sullivan

Eleanor Parry-Reece

Emily Payne

Thomas Pickles

Rebecca Piddock

Adrian Pugh

Leigh Robinson

Melissa Robinson

Megan Sharples

Suzanna Skelly

Samantha Skidmore

Laura Smith

Lauren Smith

Samuel Snook

Robert Stewart

James Stringer

Mark Swansborough

Jack Talbot

Nadine Thomson

Thomas Thurston

Alison Turner

Adam Tustin

Quoc-Anh Vo

Jonathan Waite

Timothy Wallace

Joseph Ware

Natalie Western

Olivia White

Certificate of Higher Education in Birth and Beyond Practitioner

Joanne Adams

Alexandra Brailey

Jemma Collings

Adele Drummond

Anna Lovering

Marie Mason

Joanna Pearce

Linda Sanderson

Vicki Steer

Polly Yu

Foundation Degree Arts in Birth and Beyond

Jenni Baker-Boyce

Rowena Cherryman

Emma Craggs

Christine Duret

Katherine Hall

Kelly Hall

Louise Hudson

Kathryn Maintzer

Gabrielle Matthews

Louise Minihan-Lees

Emma Mould

Lydia Murtagh

Laura Souber

Katrina Wallbridge-Nichols

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Birth and Beyond

Louise Cooke

Isabelle Karimov

Bachelor of Arts in Birth and Beyond

Joanne Stratford

Bachelor of Science in Combined Studies

James Brogan

Andrea Holland

Kerrie Howles

Bethany Ohlson

Susan Smith

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Health Sciences

Rachel Bucknall

Katie Cottrill

Shaun Davies

Holly Foxall

Catherine Graham

Lisa Hammond

Sally Harris

Juliet Hawkesford-Barnes

Catherine Ingless

Barbara Kydd

Paige Murray

Bridget Masuwa Reynolds

Paula Richardson

Danielle Stocker

Dawn Wilbraham-Hemmings

Laura Yarranton

Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Sciences

Marianne Haycox

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Applied Health Sciences

Lewis Goodall

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Health & Social Science

Amy Coombs

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Applied Health & Social Science

Taiwo Abayomi

Samantha Chamberlain

Nicola Corner

Katherine Davies

Lisa Davis

Maximilian Duelli

Charnella Evans

Oscar H Magege

Donna Hendry

Laura Lucas

Yasmin Millward

Joanne Nicholls

Sonia Nugent

Sithandweyinkosi Nyoni

Jodie Parker

Lisa Richardson

Chelsea Roberts

Madeleine Summerfield

Michelle Walford

Teri Walker

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Health Care Leadership

Shelley Durant

Stefan Frankowiak

Claire Geary

John McSorley

Andrew Simpson

Julie Wilson

Postgraduate Certificate in Urgent and Acute Care

Tina Evans

Salma Haque

Vaidehi Hegde

John McGrath

Michael Moon

Tom Wilson

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Professions Education

Shahid Merali

Indira Sabanathan

Fatimazahra Tharoo

Postgraduate Diploma in Advancing Practice

Jane Lodwig

Master of Science in Advancing Practice

Dawn Allen

Zoe Broad

Susan Eldred

Rebecca Godwin

Lorna-Jayne Hollowood

Shirley Hughes

Katherine Martin

Lynne Mason

Joanne Scarle

Jeffrey Wilday

Postgraduate Certificate in Advancing Practice (Advanced Clinical Practice)

Emma Bozward

Master of Science in Advancing Practice (Advanced Clinical Practice)

Natasha Beynon-Brown

Andrea Carroll

Helen Hipkiss

Diane Morgan

Natasha Morris

Erin Tew

Samantha Tyler

Nicola Williams

Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Social & Health Care Studies (Advanced Clinical Practice)

Nicola Plant

Postgraduate Certificate in Advancing Practice (Clinical Practitioner)

Kerry Marmaras-Wilson

Master of Science in Advancing Practice (Clinical Practitioner)

Louise Buckle

Joanne Cheetham

Louise Pearson

Master of Science in Advancing Practice (Healthcare Leadership and Management)

Ursula Hare

Master of Science in Advancing Practice (Healthcare Management and Leadership)

Sarah Holliehead

Master of Science in Nursing Studies

Mary Frederik

Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Studies

Nanisiwe Ncube

Steven Whiteley

Master of Science in Physician Associate

Akosua Aboagye

Cymone Argent

Sohail Ashfaq

Alexandra Brant

Jordan Evans

Prabjot Flora

Kamaldeep Gill

Ajay Gupta

Zelda Gwengwere

Emily Gwinnell

Jessica Hassell

Renni Johnson

Natasha Kamboh

Manjit Kaur

Jade Maan

Sam Maryosh

Christopher Oakey

Jennifer Park

Janine Qasim

Atya Sajid

Megan Sampson

Kimberly Schoen

Kelly Scott

Charlotte Scott-Wilson

Annabel Summers

Hammaad Tariq

Bria Ulyet

Foundation Degree Science in Counselling

Anna Berrow

Gary Butler-Wells

Katherine Drabble

Susan Egan

Aaron Gardner

Zena Greene

Peter Hudson

Charlotte Lake

Lolita Leistromaite

Sian Llewellyn

Kevin McGettrick

Brett Tuohy

Foundation Degree Science in Counselling (Cognitive Behavioural)

Paula Glascott

Sarah Henderson

Joanne Knight

Julia Lynn

Julie Stringer

Foundation Degree Science in Counselling (Person Centred)

Cleo Barnes

Chantal Hall

Joanne Harrison

Vanessa McBride

Matthew Sims

Cheryl Treasure

Foundation Degree Arts in Integrative Counselling

Caroline Barrett

Emily Brown

Rebecca Burgos

Eamonn Carroll

Renee Norris

Michelle Ryan

Roseanna Southall

Sarah Stone

Amy Wenborn

Kevin Williams

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Integrative Counselling

Julie Andrews

Craig Billington

Anthony Dennis

Susan Dingle

Dione Gilbert

Kelly Gordon

Miranda Portwood

David Wakley

Bachelor of Science in Business Psychology

Aleksi Aalto

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Business Psychology

Michaela Bell

Thomas Lowe

Jasmine Warne

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Counselling Psychology

Fiona Cunningham

Dylan Grixti

Robyn Harvey-Hutchins

Sara Martins Resende

Lauren Parsons

Emily Whitehouse

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Developmental Psychology

Elinor Brophy

Bachelor of Science in Forensic Psychology

Maria Moser

Hayley-Jayne Sutton

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Forensic Psychology

Rachael Bass

Gemma Chatten

Alec Cox

Emilia Helva

Summer Jones

Rebecca Kendall

Andreea Oprea

Sophie Rose

Katie Rudge

Shannon Sherwood

Luke Spare

Lauren Thomas

Stephanie Underwood

Natalie Walters

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Patric Cassling

Lisamarie Peck

Courtney Russell

Manjyot Virk

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology

Jevgenij Antimonov

Warren Baker

Ross Barlow

Jed Barnett

Connor Bellis

Sekai Bhene

Samantha Boddy

Sammy-Lee Brown

Courtney Burley

Aaron Cobourne

Owain Collingbourne

Matthew Coombes

Sophia Crisp

Thomas Curtis

Chike Dale

Bethan Davis

Kristie Dawson

Katie Dickerson

Shannon Finnigan

Megan Foley

Aisha Ginwalla

Bethan Goode

Emily Greaves

Emily Griffin

Sarah Harkin

Josie Hartnett

Chloe Hingley

Carl Hodgkinson

Diana Hoholea

William Hudson

Sobiya Hussain

Georgina Jones

Christina Knowles

Eleni Kouti

Sophie Lett

Ruth Madanhi

Sophie Middleton

Matus Minarovic

Robert Moffat

Kathleen Pavey

Laura Scott

Lauren Sharrock

Zoe Smith

Megan Spiers

Taylor Sweet

Abigail Talbot

Eve Taylor

Emily Townley

Eleanor Vann

Lauren Winter

Felicity Wolfenden

Ashley Wood

Paige Young

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Major)

Benjamin Maslen

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology and Art &Design

Holly Ewers

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology and Business

Stepan Jakl

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology and Combined Studies

Abi Anday

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology and Fine Art Practice

Kizan Ayton-Green

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sport & Exercise Psychology

Calum Burleigh

Janna-Carla Niemi

Lydia Porter

Philip Solomon-Turay

Matthew Spokes

Postgraduate Certificate in Counselling

Cathal Lynch

Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling

Baljinder Mann

Master of Science in Counselling

Nicholas Banks

Joan Gray

Megan Olds

Elizabeth Round

Anthony Smith

Hollie Taylor

Postgraduate Certificate in Supervision

Seonaid Beasley

Holly Billington

Sarah Carcillo

Helen Dicketts

Christine Fairweather

Lisa Lea-Weston

Emma Wingate

Caron Wolfenden

David Wolfenden

Master of Science in Applied Psychology (Clinical and Health Psychology)

Sabrina Baig

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Psychology

Zhaomao Wu

Master of Science in Business Psychology

Zicheng Du

Gena Frangina

Gaoming Mai

Louise Taylor

Master of Science in Occupational Psychology

James Preston

Hannah Ryder

Bianca Thomas

Samantha Wilkinson

Master of Science in Psychology

Andrew Kane

Alice Le Bas

Ewa Mlynarczyk

Bethan Roberts

Emily Stokes

Foundation Degree Science in Child & Adolescent Mental Health

Michelle Allard

Chantelle Bennett

Leah Bowers

Gemma Cartwright

Shelley Davies

Kimberley Ehoff

Julia Evans

Melissa Finnegan

Tianna Forth

Sarah Foster

Christine Haines

Jade Hizzett

Aimee Mason

Georgia McNamee

Holly Moore

Alexander Perry

Wendy Porter-Clark

Katy Prescott

Stephanie Proudman

Yasmin Quartermain

Aidan Selman

Julie Taylor

Charlotte Thorn

Gemma Turvey

Emily Wilson

Foundation Degree Science in Child & Adolescent Mental Health (The Learning Institute)

Anna-Marie Arnold

Hannah Backstrom

Nadine Bird

Theresa Brookes

Sarah Champion

Lynda Curtis

Charlotte Donovan

Dawn Fraser

Beverley Hall

Natasha Hallett

Sarah Harris

Beth Hill

Gemma Jelbert

Teresa Jones

Yolanda Kaye

Katherine Leigh

Carol Matthews

Katie McCoy

Kevin McKenna

Paula Munden

Kate Newton

Shannon O’Sullivan Darcy

Kieran Peters

Kyla Pole

Andrew Tate

Anthony Toland

Vikki Watts

Tracey Weller

Kerry West

Foundation Degree Science in Dementia Studies

Georgia Greene

Leah Hewer-Richards

Paul Kellard

Jonathan Mairs

Athanas Mukwende

Sharon Rollins

Mark Tandy

Foundation Degree Science in Health and Social Care

Henrietta Adebayo

Aishah Ahmed

Bethany Amos

Annabelle Arnold

Kinga Barszcz

Rosarie Bayliss

Stephanie Bicknell

Emmie Billingham

Jenny Brace

Jayne Butters

Nikki Butterworth

Chloe Byrne

Katharyne Callaghan

Julie Cauldwell

Samantha Dolan

Jessica Downes

Elliott Edwards

Gemma Fanthom

George French

Louise Galloway

Bronwyn Goode

Lindsey Hollick

Stephanie Homer

Juliet Injeti

Ajesh Joy

Daljit Kaur

Lucy Keyte

Sarah Kirton

Charlotte Lasseter

Georgia-Meghan Lloyd

Anais M’Barindi

Tara McNally

Jenna Morgan

Rebecca Murphy

Julie O’Keeffe

Precious Okunzgwa

Lisa Peplow

Carrie-Anne Powell

Lauren Rowe

Hannah Rubery

Sharmain Shoniwa

McClean Tanyanyiwa

Kelly Taylor

Claudia Waterhouse

Foundation Degree Science in Health and Social Care (Herefordshire and Ludlow College)

Jade Bagley

Rachel Brown

Petra Demeter

Alice Eames

Katie Franklin

Katie Hammond

Georgia Jennings

Francine Jones

Gail Longo

Coral Mann

Emily Ovel

Zoe Stevenson

Natasha Tapp

Rebecca Tilby

Megan Watkins

Foundation Degree Science in Health and Social Care (The Learning Institute)

Helen Corrigan

Karen Grayson

Joanie Spidy

Tracey Steer

Danielle Thomas

Foundation Degree Science in Mental Health

Heidi Bowdler

Megan Brant

Tegan Cadwallader

Molly Davis

Sheilla Dzvuke

Danielle Morgan

Sarai Paynter

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Child & Adolescent Mental Health

Laura Chamberlain

Pam Chambers

Danielle Chong

Charlene Davies

Laura Davies

Sharlene Gama-Tanyanyiwa

Catrin Gauci

Hannah Green

Samantha Harnett

Samantha Holmes

Kelsie Hull

Stephanie Lewis

Kristina Long

Rebecca Marsh

Stacey McMullan

Kali-Mia Mifflin

Nigel Powell

Charlotte Rainey

Perrie Smith

Sarah Smith

Luke Spaull

Stacey Styles

Abby Twiselton

Sarah-Jayne Wiseman

Katie Wood

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Applied Criminology

Bethany Byng

Grace Downing

Kieran Duff

Ashleigh Hughes

Chloe Stokes

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Combined Studies and Criminology

Leanne Willetts

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Occupational Therapy

Sebastien Amann

Jack Birtley

Hannah Burnett

Sandra Chipara

Danielle Clement

Aleksandra Domanska

Zia Franks

Tapiwa Gandari

Rabia Hussain

Katie Jackson

Laura Jones

Akkara Jose

Elizabeth Little

Sarah Mooney

Siobhan Murphy

Mary Stidever

Bachelor of Science in Health Care Sciences

Thomas Powell

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physiotherapy

Richard Burroughs

Henry Chappel

Ana Dantas Horta E Costa

Rebecca Dickson

Jessica Francis

Alice Hanks

Constance Jackson

Rebecca Leach

Joshua Meakin

Joanna Mercer

Aran Pemberton

Jack Rogers

Emma Rowland

Bethan Simmons

Philippa Skinner

Lauren Taylor

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Social Studies

Sarah Forman

Angela Gould

Mollie Hansel

Bachelor of Arts with Honours

in Social Work

Rachael Aston

Trudie Birch

Louise Bishop

Samantha Bott

Justine Dewhurst

Janine Fleming

Zoe Gilbert

Sarah Hill

Sikhuleke Mathe

Emma O’Connell

Louise Pitt

Mary Rogers

Andrew Schwab

Michael Skilbeck

Rochelle Spencer

Charlotte Whitelock

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Youth and Community Work

Caroline Artis

Laura Doherty

Tara Harding

Atlanta Hazlewood

Leanne Houghton

Claire Hoyes

Abigail Rudge

Thomas Smallman

Stephanie Woods

Postgraduate Certificate in Enhancing Professional Practice: Working with Offenders

Laura Donnelly

Postgraduate Certificate in Advocacy for Victims of Sexual Violence

Eleanor Bennett

Jenny Colley

Hannah Hughes

Bronwen McCarthy

Jessica Rees

Rebecca Russell

Rebecca Small

Phoebe Tansley

Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Development: The Dynamics of Domestic Violence

Jessica Bernie

Carole Collins

Kelly Fernon

Charlotte Gilsenan

Brian Gough

Kathleen Gow

Simon Lawrence

Elise Lazell

Phillipa McCluskey

Sharon Mikhael

Charlotte Phillips-Whatmore

Milena Skubenych

Deidre Smoker

Master of Arts in Professional Development: The Dynamics of Domestic Violence

Michelle Grimshaw

Sarah Mantom

Ayla Nasuh

Sarah Pilkington

Susan Price

Alexis Wright

Master of Arts in Social Work

Jessica Appleby

Emily Bower

Abegirl Bwerinofa

Georgina Flower

Amy Fox

Zoe Hipkiss

Kirsty Lawrence

Rebecca Littlechild

Ruby Matthews

Elisabeth Sheppard

Master of Arts in Transformative Practice

Joanne Cox

Kirsty Fraser

Ghazala Parveen

Postgraduate Certificate in Diet, Nutrition and Health

Kate Cook

Alisha Page-Long

Julie Slade

Master of Science in Diet, Nutrition and Health

Alison Cooper

Postgraduate Diploma in Nutritional Therapy

Lisa Buckley

Mildred Olika-Oku

Master of Science in Nutritional Therapy

Phillippa Brayshaw

Manal Chouchane

Thomas Cole

Kate Dimmer

Annie Edwards

Eleanor Isom

Daria Krzeminska

Jasmine Kyriakou

Keeley Nicholas

Lucy Peel

Vanessa Pickford-Smith

Sandeep Rai

Emilia Skrzypek

Sarah West-Sadler

Master of Arts in Dramatherapy

Joanne Tatam

Postgraduate Certificate in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy

Catriona Lennox

Master of Science in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy

Sylvia Carr

Lorraine Knibbs

Gean Viriri

Master of Science in Public Health

Victoria Ansah

Verester Gunzo

Nicola Ilsley

Olatokunbo Olayinka

Louise Payne

Charlotte Price

Doctor of Philosophy

Amos Pofi

Heather Yemm

Thursday's graduates

Bachelor of Arts in Archaeology & Heritage Studies

Zach Baker

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Archaeology & Heritage Studies

Abigail Breen

Keith Butler

Jessica File

Andrew Keeling

Daniel Moule

Heather Taylor

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Archaeology & Heritage Studies and Geography

Meredith Marshall

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Archaeology & Heritage Studies and History

Mark Bytheway

Victoria Redwood

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Archaeology & Landscape Studies

Rebecca Abrams

Scarlett Miles

Hannah Parry

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Conservation Ecology

Katie Amey

Christopher Burt

Alfie Hanson

Joshua Kalms

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Ecology and Physical Geography

David Wilson

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Environmental Management

Megan Bray

Thomas Chambers

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

Joshua Rees

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Environmental Science

Raine Parker

Helen Webster

Bachelor of Science in Geography

Shelton Fernandes

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Geography

Thomas Dudley

Chloe Faulkner

Thomas Garcia

Liam Gormley

Christopher Green

Thomas Hannis

Adam Hartley

Bryony Hayward

Marta Jazurek

Matthew Kettley

Evan-Jacob Odell

Simon Pearce

Molly Phillips

Caitlin Wallace

Mia Whittaker

Thomas Williams

Laura Williamson

Thomas Wootten

Peter Young

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Geography (Major)

Jake Moore

Euan Morrison

Bachelor of Arts in Human Geography

Aleeke Dixon

Rhys Evans

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Human Geography

Anika Ahmed

Helen Crane

Chloe Hackett

Elizabeth Hickey

Craig Hickman

Anna Scott

Luke Strauss

Samuel Vessey

Robert Wilson

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Human Geography and Politics: People & Power

Sabrina Kebbab

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Human Geography and Media & Cultural Studies

Keiren Bullimore

Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography

Henri Bradbury

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Physical Geography

John Barrow

Josephine Concannon

Robert Matthews

Beth Norbury

Georgina Pearce

Aaron Provis

George Roberts

George Robins

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Arboriculture and Tree Management

Lewis Abnett

Richard Baron

Sam Hobson

George Pickering

Ewan Ryan

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Horticulture

Alexandria Ansell

Rachel Challis

David Coles

Richard Cooper

Carli Fleet

Peter Flower

Chris Hoffman

Aidan Kelly

Lydia Knight

Sarah Nicholls

Peter Pettifor

Celeste Wilkinson

Joshua Wilkinson

Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Development Advocacy (Professional Practice)

Emma Leech

Jo Miskin

Master of Research in River Science

Laura Sutton

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Animal Biology

Oisin Cooke

Stuart Hawkins

Lucie-Anne Jenkins

Laura Lake

Sasha Low

Benjamin Shea

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Animal Biology and Ecology

Daniele Fabbri

Benjamin Hunt

Rosanna Willmott

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Biochemistry

Jacob Abbott

Isla Rima Alsalihi

Michael Baker

Kayleigh Cruickshank

Lauren Curtis

Sophie Dunn

Ainhoa Gonzalez

Liam Haglington

Joshua McNamee

Emily Morris

Deanna Saunders

Jordan Steele

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Joanna Knight

Lisa Preece

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Biology

Benjamen Adams

Elisabeth Bowles

Carrick Luke

Benjamin Pope

Tiffany Slater

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Biology and Combined Studies

Julian Fernando

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Forensic & Applied Biology

Emily Alcorn

Sean Blanche

Charlotte Carney

Iain Elliott

Thomas Huckle

Lauren Hughes

Lauren McDonagh

Peter Mochalski

Lauren Stark

Amy Woodcock

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Human Biology

Sushil Bilkhu

Bethany Harris

Bethany Jones

Shivani Nagi

Louise Smith

Zoe Smith

Amy Walsh

Tammy Whittle

Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition

Emilie Parton

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Human Nutrition

Emily Boskett

Julie Clark

Jacqueline Crosby

Michaela De La Fosse

Melody Hargreaves

Sarah Harris

Thomas Johnson

Bethany Poolman

Keith Pratt

Helena Rhodes

Natalie Rouse

Dishalni Senthilkumaran

Laura Southwood

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Human Nutrition (Major)

Adina Bolfa

Mona Wharam

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Human Nutrition and Food Science

Tianjiao Chen

Bachelor of Science with

Honours in Plant Science

Anthony Surrage

Doctor of Philosophy

Gulin Boztas Demir

Megan McKerchar

Caroline Rosen

Higher National Diploma in Dance

Bethany Allsopp

Laura Bettany

Abigail Bryan

Emily Chambers

Abbie Dunn

Sophie Hunt

Sophie Moore

Higher National Diploma in Urban & Electronic Music Production

Alex Brookes

Jacob Darch

Haydn Farmer

William Francis

Christopher Green

Christopher Hodgkinson

Richie Morgan

Adam Peel-Green

Lukas Rees

David Weston

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Digital Film Production

Luke Ashmore

Ana Castanheiro

Georgia Clarke

Connor Edge

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Digital Film Production and Film Studies

Jordan Gonzales-Watkins

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama & Performance

Rhys Birch

Abigail Bratt

Sophie Davey-Over

Joel Edgar

Louise Hadley

Mark Harris

Leanne Haworth

Bethan-Lea Hazel

Roosa Herranen

Bradley Hill

Josh Holdcroft

James Hyland

Stephanie Jenkins

Emma Kearns

Morgan Koronis

Eliya Mario Sekulova

Jenara Miles

Daniel Patrice

William Savings

Sasha Skingle

Samuel Walsh

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama & Performance (Major)

Nurisa Chen Binti Faris

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama & Performance and English Literary Studies

Chloe George

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama & Performance and Film Studies

Dede Kangnissoukpe

Bachelor of Arts in Drama & Performance and Psychology

Latisha Richards

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama & Performance and Screenwriting

Ramazan Ali

Master of Arts in Drama: Contemporary Theatre Practices

Maria Banica

Dimitrios Charizanis

Benjamin McDermott

Lacey Moody

Jared Newbery

Postgraduate Diploma in Drama: Theatre & Young People

Alexandra Martin

Master of Arts in Drama: Theatre & Young People

Jessica Bolton

Rossana Del Monaco

Naomi Wright

Master of Research in Theatre and Performance

Alix Burbridge

Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies

Emma Boag

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Film Studies

Ryan Adams

Harry Dowling-Bingel

Ryan Hamblett

Mark James

Ella Knight

Verity Lewis

Tristan Quick

Jacob Westwood

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Film Studies and Screenwriting

Liam Gandle

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Screenwriting (Major)

Louis Calvente

Richard Drewson

Agata Dziamka

Laura Gould

Alexandra Haran

Katherine Huddleston

Anthony Jeffree-Cantlay

Asya Kardzhaliyska

Kristina Korbelova

Benjamin List

Zak McLaughlin

Luke Thompson

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative and Professional Writing and English Language

Helen Brisland

Matthew Cole

Jodie Grover

Ruth Harvey

Rachel Pitcher

Holly-Elizabeth Toney

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative and Professional Writing and English Literary Studies

Abbey Ballard

Gemma Boniface

Emma-Louise Carr

Harry Edgington

Annabelle Mannerhierta

Philippa Robertson

Liam Silcock

Curtis Waters

Shannon Wootton

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative and Professional Writing and Illustration

Lucy Dunton

Hannah Evans

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative and Professional Writing and Screenwriting

Rose Drabble

Sally-Anne Grainger

Andrew Kerr

Charlotte Lewis

Laura Smith

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Language and Education Studies

Herra Athar

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Language and English Literary Studies

Joanna Jeffree

Rosie McGuinness

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Language and Film Studies

Fiona Morris

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Language and Journalism

Paige Melville

Daria Nowak

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Language and Media & Cultural Studies

Katy Gilbert

Georgia Hargreaves

Bachelor of Arts in English Literary Studies

Grace Heath

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Literary Studies

Shirley Barnsley

Katie Billingham

Mark Chantry

Francesca Collins

Rachael Elmes

Rachel Green

Oliver Griffiths

Joshua Hall

Lauren Moloney

Samuel Neasham

Lauren Poole

Stacie Price

Jessica Rogers

Elena Rolinson

Kirstie Weston

Ryah Westwood

Olivia Zare

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Literary Studies and Fine Art Practice

Freya Smith

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Literary Studies and History

Chloe Cox

Megan Holden

Toni Ledbury

Amber-Jayne Merrick

Reece Williams

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Literary Studies and Media & Cultural Studies

Amelia Davies

Lucy Warren

Ellie Westwood

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English Literary Studies and Sports Studies

Antony Burgess

Bachelor of Arts in Combined Studies (Major)

Amy Cole

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Journalism

Max Banner

Tom Coulson

Kathryn Emerson

Declan McHaffie

Alex Mulligan

Nathan Parry

Georgina Smith

Emma Trim

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism (Major)

Reuben Bowen

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Journalism (Major)

Madalina Brait

Emma Mathews

Max Nicol

Ellis Sabin

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Journalism and Media & Cultural Studies

Charlotte Broadbent

Leanne Brommage

Kai Gardiner

Samantha Harrison

Alexander Jones

Charlie Warner-Whyte

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Journalism and Sports Studies

Paul Gardner

James Gauden

Bachelor of Arts in History

Christian Mossey

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History

Thomas Bingham

George Bolton

Lewis Brown

Jonathan Bull

Donal Cameron

Laura Comerford

Jon Cooke

Alice Edwards

Leah Fradgley

Charlotte Freshman

Jade Gilks

Jack Hale

James Huffington

Connor Hutchinson

Heather Johnson

Connor Jones

James Kindness

Charlotte Little

Chelsea Lovatt

Victoria Martin

Hannah Moon

Chloe Morris

Kamran Najarian

Jake Needle

Cameron Overfield

Matthew Pettit

Linda Pike

Thomas Pollard-Jenkins

Zacaria Pulham

Laura Saunders

Charlotte Sendall

Darren Tafft

Jack Vaughan

Phoebe Williams

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History and Politics: People & Power

Daniel Barker

Patrick Hearn

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History and Sociology

Emma Bradley

Master of Research in Early Modern Studies

Cerian Fowler

Helen Hopkins

Michael Rimington

Master of Research in History

Nicola Primer

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Media & Cultural Studies

Alfie Berkeley

Romana Funkeova

Samantha Ginder

Theophilia Mwaungulu

Joseph Pilsbury

Andrew Simmons

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Media & Cultural Studies (Major)

Nicole Nayyar

Bachelor of Arts in Media & Cultural Studies and Sports Coaching Science

Egle Bitinaite

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Media & Cultural Studies and Sociology

Diamond Kelekelo

Chandni Paul

Bachelor of Arts in Politics: People & Power and Social Welfare

Lina Saulyte

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Politics: People & Power and Sociology

Adam Monger

Tahriecse Skywalker

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Sociology

Alex Archer

Elizabeth Beach

Matthew Bradley

Lenka Chellingworth

Emma Cole

Gemma Darby

Asha Darch

Megan Davies

Emma Hardacre

Jakob Laux

Kayla Manley

Sebastian Minchew

Sophie Parsons

Lewis Porter

William Pritchard

Ellie Richards

Charlotte Thornley

Danella Welsh

Jacqueline Wright

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Sociology and Education Studies

Amber Fowkes

Bachelor of Science with Honours in Sociology and Psychology

Chelsey Weale

Bachelor of Arts in Animation

Victoria Pooler

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Animation

Dominic Civil

Matej Janda

Matthew May

Amy Moss

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Animation (Major)

Alfred Minchin

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Animation and Digital Film Production

George Leeder

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Animation and Illustration

Jen-Suen Goh

Kristin Raidloo

Bachelor of Arts with

Honours in Art & Design

Esme Bamber

Karen Barlow

Rebecca Bentley

Jeremy Hanley-Keeley

Stephaney Manning

Amy Owen

Dawn Smith

Sam Whitehouse

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Art & Design and Media & Cultural Studies

Oghenemeyoma Emore

Lindani Sithole

Bachelor of Arts in Creative Digital Media

Jake Gabb

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative Digital Media

Thomas Baxter

Georgi Chalakov

Sophie Knight

Jiri Petera

Mantas Ratkevicius

Kate-Louise Rumming

Sophie Smith

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative Digital Media and Graphic Design & Multimedia

Connor Hourihane

Postgraduate Certificate in Creative Digital Media

William Cadwallader

Master of Arts in Creative Digital Media

Isaac Alcock

Heather Bills-Geddes

James Eagle

Terence Greer

Edward Jones

Emmy Turl

Sofia Vini

Luke Williams

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Fine Art Practice

Nicola Arnold

Emily Clarke

Natasha East

Danielle Flavell

Stefan Higgs

Chloe Knowles

Luke Oldham

Robin Woodward

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Fine Art Practice and Illustration

Chelsey Fowler

Master of Research in Fine Art

Harriet Carter

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Graphic Design & Multimedia

Joe Baber

Scott Booth

Charlotte Bullock

Anca Coltofeanu

Thomas Hodgson

Katie Ledgerwood

Luke O’Dwyer

Bradley Palmer

Anna Peskova

Jonathan Roberts

Lenka Simackova

Anna Solcova

April Warr

Eleanor Watson

Alexander Williams

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Graphic Design & Multimedia and Illustration

Gabrielle Booth

Emily Cato

Harry Cato

Cristina Pop

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Graphic Design & Multimedia and Journalism

April Portman

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Illustration

Kirsty Dea

Grazvile Gudonyte

Grant Hickman

Jack Humphries

Romana Kubascikova

Paulina Mazanik

Elizabeth Page

Stacey Pritty

Grace Wyld

Doctor of Philosophy

Branwen Bingle

Paul Hazell

Certificate of Higher Education in Working with People with a Visual Impairment

Emma Byrne

Elaine Crossan

Niamh Duffy

Louise Gough

Margaret Mhic Giolla Ruaidh

Ruth Sharkey

Foundation Degree Arts in Teaching and Learning (Somerset SCIL)

Keri Blatcher

Tessa Bone

Kirsty Brown

Denise Case

Zoe Cooper

Jacob Davies

Jack Dickinson

Luke Dyer

Lucy Ellis

Merrin Gerry

Jessica Green

Charlie Greening

Amy Harris

Samantha Hayes

Sophie Margetts

Susan Marshall

Sarah Moore

Gemma Pack

Adam Parkes

Josie Parsons

Alison Peasey

Maryjane Raines

Lucy Robinson

Zoe Sanford

Nicola Tapp

Mia Tipper

Ashley-Frazer Trudgeon

Janine Vowles

Chloe Williams

Claire Willis

Karla Wilson

Naomi Woodhead

Foundation Degree Arts in Teaching and Learning (The Learning Institute)

Shezan Adat

Joanne Almond

Georgina Angwin

Sarah Atkin

Diana Back

Poppy Bailey

Lisa Ball

Sharon Balman

Nicola Banks

Donna Barnes

Emma Beagley

Nicola Bennett

Zensi Benskin

Joanne Bentley

Sarah Biggs

Adama Bin-Turay

Krystal Bovey

Alexander Bradley

Amanda Bratchell

Elizabeth Burns

Lea Burroughs

Alisha Burton

Carol Caldaralo

Rachel Chambers

Kristina Charlesworth

Chloe Clark

Leah Coker

Amie Cole

Nicola Conway

Louise Cooke

Natasha Coupland

Louise Cox

Julie Craig

Victoria Dawe-Smith

Tyrone Dewey

Jennifer Dinham-Price

Tara Drew

Alice Drysdale

Samantha Dummett

Angela Ellis

Erin Evans

Poppy Evans

Charlene Fernandez

Kazia Fisher-Mantej

Beverley Fitzgerald-Bevington

Sara Fuller

Amanda Galjaardt

Leanne Gardner

Clare Gibson

James Green

Katherine Griffiths

Raaida Hamdallah

Sinead Hamilton

Corinne Harley

Elizabeth Harris

Katie Hawkins

Sarah-Anne Hawthorn

Sarah Heywood

Jenna Hill

Marie Holderness

Tracey Hommell

Gayle Hoskin

Sarah Hutchings

Kelly Jacobs

Naomi James

Kaddy Jawara

Katie Jilbert

Amie Jones

Danielle Jones

Cheryl Jose

Melanie Kent

Rebecca Kevill

Geomilla Khanom

Shelley Knight

Kylie Krivaca

Mark Leah

Katie Lear

Johanna Leaver

Alison Little

Tiffany Loveridge

Kirsa Lozynski

Catherine MacMillan

Amy Mahon

Ingrid Makiu

Nicola Masters

Diana Maunder

Rachelle McFarlane

Simon Meredith

Rachel Morris

Jacqueline Moyle

Tracy Murton

Rachael Niger

Joanne O’Neill

Sally Owusu-Boateng

Julie Palmer

Kerry Penhaligon

Cathrine Phillips

Helen Picolou

Jade Purchase

Cheryl Rail

Violet Reid

Jack Richards

Deborah Rideout

Angela Rogers

Debra Romain

Claire Rundle

Stephanie Russell

Ella Shankster-Jones

Tara Sharp

Clare Shaw

Wendy Simpson

Anna Skyrme-Mason

Emily Slatter

Catherine Smith

Hailey Smith

Rebecca Smith

Samantha Sparkes

Gemma Sperry

Elizabeth Squire

Katie Stevens

Kelly Stoddern

Shannon Stone

Layla Stringer

Briony Sweeney

Graham Taylor

Amanda Thompson

Fiona Tucker

Wendy Turner

Corinne Vencatasamy

Emma Vine

Lesley Volz

Alexander Wake

Bernadette Waters

Chauntelle Watson

Leanne Watson

Marta Wilkinson

Joanne Williams

Emma Wise

Louise Worley

Shelley Yarde

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Professional Practice :Children’s Services (Somerset SCIL)

Jennifer Burgess

Amy Tucker

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Professional Practice: Children’s Services (The Learning Institute)

Larayne Barrett

Lesley Black

Barbara Brown

Melanie Burns

Dionne Butler

Kim Case

Amanda Curtis

Sharon Day

Marie Dayment

Daisy Donovan

Carla Elston

Catherine Gaukroger

Lowenna Grandy

Nichola Jackson

Sadie Jennings

Lauren Kenchington

Emma Kirk

Katrina Le Bretton

Lesley Mogg

Natalie Murphy

Emma Nikulin

Claire Scipio

Kimberley Stone

Stacey Taylor

Caroline Vyse

Laura Waters

Claire Williamson

Susan Winter

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Professional Practice:Early Childhood (Somerset SCIL)

Kirsty Cornally

Emma Dukes

Claire London

Danielle Parish

Deborah Robins

Alainn Styles

Melanie West

Bethany Withers

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Professional Practice: Early Childhood (The Learning Institute)

Amy Binnie

Amy Giles

Robyn Gratrix

Nicola Hedden

Paula Hickford

Charlene Hoare

Penny Huse

Michelle Lake

Samantha Martin

Barbara Morris

Brittany Nudds

Adele Stuckey

Bachelor of Arts with

Honours in Professional Practice: Education (Somerset SCIL)

Lesley-Ann Bowditch

Victoria Brown

Suzy Corner

Eliza Cox

Claire Dutson

Lucy Fallon

Lucy Gillard

Emma Heaslewood

Sharron Hiscox

Claire Kevan

Serena Lapham

Melissa Leavy

Rebecca Nash

Luke Parry

Beverley Perry

Sally Plume

Dawn Sandiford

Nathan Speers

Katie-May Spiller

Paige Steninger

Abigail Thorne

Benjamin Treloar

Samantha Vellam

Lilian Wake

Natasha Watson

Amanda Williams

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Professional Practice: Education (The Learning Institute)

Natalie Andrews

Corrin Ashley-Cooper

Charlotte Baird

Amanda Bennett

Karen Bond

Naomi Brown

Victoria Burnapp

Julie Campbell

Bethany Capey

Katiuscia Carobene

Julie Carrington

Marie Caruana

Latasha Chapman

Emma Collins

Lucie Durbidge

Eva Everitt

Karen Farlow

Emily Faux

Julie Ferris

Simon Field

Amanda Follett

Jennifer Gates

Hannah Gray

Nicola Grenfell

Adele Halford

Gemma Hill

Emma Jeffery

Georgette King

Marika King

Danielle Knight

Sharna Lawrence

Katherine Lee-Tully

John Loss

Christopher Mann

Jonathan Mayall

Courtney McPhilbin

Katie Middleton

Emma Morgan

Anita Morse

Sara Orchard

Joanne Pearton

Victoria Pool

Gabrielle Prentice

Sharon Proctor

Michelle Quick

Amy Rawling

Elizabeth Reed

Jessica Reed

Louise Rhodes

Christopher Riches

Justin Riviere

Gemma Robins

Anneliese Rogers

Caroline Seabrook

Samantha Stocker

Christina Sukstiene

Ronald Taylor

Joanne Terry

Camilla Turton

Gemma Vaggers

Rebecca Wickenden

Beth Williams

Gemma Williams

Sophie Wood

Sammi Wooldridge

Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education

Bryony Corkin

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Primary Education

Courtney Balfe

Megan Brignall

Tegan Dawes

Benjamin Willetts

Lucy Wright

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Primary Initial Teacher Education

Tina Balaam

Emily Bannister

Charlotte Baskill

Eleanor Beedles

Lucy Biggerstaff

Emily Birch

Siannon Bird

Amy Boase

Emma Brooks

Ellis Burden

Sophie Burke

Molly Burton

Holly Button

Julia Byatt

Gemma Cartwright

Danielle Chadband

Cara Chaffe

Tilly Christie-Thompson

Taylor Cornes

Sharni Cotterill

Christopher Cunningham

Joe Darby

Georgia Davies

Olivia Deakin-Mundy

Katie Doctor

Molly Drew

Alexandra Eaves

Lovelle Edmead

Helen Ellerton

Hannah Farrow

Annie Finn

Ella Follis

Abigail Foster

Eleanor Freeman

Emily Gadsby

Amy Geary

Meggan Gee

Sophie George

Timothy Gillespie

Keziah Greenstreet

Holly Guest

Chloe Guyatt

Laura Hadley

Amelia Hall

Lauren Harris

Jake Hawkings

Robert Hinton

Anna Hobbs

Charlotte Hodnett

Elizabeth Honeyborne

Jodie Howland

Bethany Hunt

Charlotte Jones

Kirsty Jones

Robert Jones

Rebecca Joynes

Charlotte Killman

Laura Kirton

Megan Lippett

Eleanor Lloyd

Jacob Lloyd

Charlotte Longman

Emma Mardell

Hannah Mather-Hutchinson

Millie McGarrick

Sophia Miah

Alice Moore

Laura-Beth Newey

Amy Noke

Rebecca Parker

Laura Passey

Claire Payne

Daniel Payne

Sariah Philbert

Kathryn Phillips

Ross Pocknell

Natalie Postings

Jessica Potter

Rosemary Pownall

Gemma Price

Trevor Pritchard

Harvey Robinson

Carla Sankey

Rachael Seager

Trilleanne Selwood-Thomas

Megan Sharp

Holly Simmonds

Shannon Smedley

Danielle Steele

Jade Stephenson

Hollie Stevens-Corbett

Charlotte Surgenor

Sharon Sutherland

Joshua Taylor

Charlotte Thomas

Sarah-Jane Titterton

Cara Tromans

Zoe Troth

Georgia Warman

Jessica Waters

Philippa Watton

Isobel Whitcombe

Maren Wiessner

Megan Wilkins

Foundation Degree Arts in Early Years: Sector Endorsed

Sally Eldridge

Clare Fereday

Linda Johnston

Rachel Richards

Amanda Simkins

Alpa Williams

Foundation Degree Arts in Early Years: Sector Endorsed (Birmingham Metropolitan College)

Natalie Alexander

Faraza Anderson

Nicole Anderson

Danielle Connolly

Sophie Down

Rachel Edmonds

Sophie Gibb

Samantha Hughes

Kristy Lafferty - Griffiths

Jemma Lewis

Esther Melville-Cox

Hadassah Nelson

Sheridan Perks

Sian Rides

Katie Sheehan

Charlotte Smith

Emma Stroud

Foundation Degree Arts in Early Years: Sector Endorsed (Halesowen College)

Emma Andrews

Emily Bates

Aisling Clarke

Lucy Cole

Charlotte Coley

Katie Dodd

Megan Gwynne

Qiaoxi Li

Zanib Naveed

Danielle Owen

Cory Phillips

Tyler Pickett

Addinna Raphael

Jodie Round

Kelly Shaw

Foundation Degree Arts in Early Years: Sector Endorsed (Heart of Worcestershire College)

Mandy Ajmal

Kate Aram

Rebecca Brandon

Samantha Craige

Heidi Evans

Shannon Fellows

Adrian Field

Patricia Godber

Rebecca Horne

Danielle McLean

Louise Medlicott

Jean Peters

James Soley

Foundation Degree Arts in Early Years: Sector Endorsed (Herefordshire and Ludlow College)

Sarah Bethell

Bianca Crowhurst

Timothy Gluyas

Jenna Gordon

Kristy Haile

Rachel Hoskins

Jessica Morgan

Jemina Morris

Charlotte Smith

Katie Victor-Trott

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Early Childhood

Amie- Tooth

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Early Childhood Professional Practice

Emma Bailey

Janine Boyle

Lauren Burgoyne

Sarah Carter

Amber Chilton

Ann-Marie Chiswell

Emily Davies

Chloe Edgar

Demi Evans

Samantha Evans

Alicia Filer

Megan Frearson

Fiona Hills

Ellina Jackson

Elizabeth Jenkins

Kate Leddington

Katie Poole

Harriet Rawlings

Caitlin Richardson

Eloise Seabrook-Smith

Rebecca Stanley

Amy Stephens

Jodie Trundell

Frances Vincent

Charlotte Wadley

Kelly Wilcox

Michelle Wrench

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Early Childhood (Practitioner Options)

Zachary France

Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Working with Children and Families

Amy Ashton

Jessica Colley

Michelle Mumford

Florence Oteng Burudi

Hannah Owen

Mandeep Randhawa

Kayleigh Salmon

Jemma Slane

Chloe Timperley

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Integrated Working with Children and Families

Nina Adams

Kirsty Allbutt

Alicia Amos

Natalie Andrews

Manjit Ansell

Carla Astbury

Julia Atterbury

Samantha Barker

Amy Carrie

Lauren Crowley

Katie Davies

Lisa Davis

Elizabeth Day

Emily Deeley

Jonathan Edwards

Vanessa Fraser

Laura Gardener

Tara Gardner

Sarah Garner

Lucy Hadley

Sarah Hanna

Danniella Harris

Laura Haynes

Eva Hogan

Sally Horton

Katie Hunt

Nusrat Hussain

Lucy Iles

Shabnam Iqbal

Chelsea Jennings

Satpal Johal

Lucy Jones

Jade Kane

Charlotte Kirkham

Latoyah Lamont

Adele Lee

Charlotte Manton

Victoria Morse

Stacey Mountford

Molly Owen

Leanne Painter

Nicola Parry

Laura Phelan-Leeds

Tracy Porter

Lyndsay Probert

Gemma Ray

Hannah Reid

Jade Richards

Joanne Roderick

Lauren Roderick

Shannon Rowe

Kate Sheridan

Janet Stuart

Stephanie Tennant

Bethany Tibbetts

Samantha Tomkins

Adam Tompkins

Sophie Waterfield

Amie Wheeler

Elaine Wood

Sturcha Wynn

Foundation Degree Arts in Learning Support

Lisa Browning

Rachael Eckley

Angela Fitzpatrick

Anne Glover

Kelly Goodyear

Lisa Griffiths

Peter Hall

Claire Hemming

Hannah Lodge

Hannah Morgan

Lucy Rowberry

Kate Rowlands

Foundation Degree Arts in Learning Support (Halesowen College)

Jessica Beaumont

Zara Beaumont

Stacey Buckley

Laura Codling

Ethel Coleman

Gemma Dhaliwal

Emma Halford

Katie Lawton

Kathryn Lennon

Diane Pitt

Annie Raybould

Jawayria Rehman

Saima Riaz

Jaspreet Sandhu

Stevie Siliyo Macanda

Foundation Degree Arts in Learning Support (Herefordshire and Ludlow College)

Stacey Bayliss

Katherine Brace

Annie Dixon

Courtney Hall

Isabella Harrison

Alice Holder

Catherine Hybart

Helen Jones

Claire Marfell

Joann Moffatt

Nicola Rose

Alison Woodward

Bachelor of Arts in Education Studies

Charlotte Bishop

Morgan Hardwick

Dennis Hepburn

Tess Vandenberg

Khadija Yasmin

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Education Studies

Safie Agar-Hutton

Lauren Andrews

Eileen Boyd

Melissa Burns

Danielle Burrell

Gregory Clarke

Holly Cogswell

Hannah Colley

Katie Dawson

Tania El-Zoghbi

Emily Fannon

Katherine Fidler

Mala Franklin

Julie Garfield

Terri-Jo Gilbert

Katie Griffiths

Jack Gunnell

Mark Hamilton

Laura Hill

Shona Hooper

Christopher Hope

Samantha Hunt

Terri-Ann Hynes

Billal Ilyas

Shaw Jenkins

Sally-Anne Jones

Samuel Jones

Danielle Kirkland

Elysia Lakin

Joshua McCormack

Emily McGrath

Luke Neale

Tayla Pound

Charlotte Roberts

Lucy Robins

Barnaby Rowlands

Chloe Sage

Samantha Smith

Colette Sprawson

Alison Webb

Danielle Whitehouse

Alice Winter

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Education Studies (Major)

Tabitha Bridgwater-Keys

Jessica Cashin

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Education Studies and English Language

Emma Berry

Jennifer Jackson

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Education Studies and Sociology

Sosane Abdi

Charlotte Thomas

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Education Studies (Special and Inclusive Education)

Niamh Finnegan

Amy Hicks

Lydia MacE-Moore

Sarah McCabe

Annie-Rose Morris

Emma Norman

Gemma Small

Kimberley Stafford

Francecsca Styche-Hocknull

Rachael Whitehead

Alina Zaheer

Postgraduate Certificate in Research Enquiry

Mark Farmer

Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

Sa’Ad Ali

Suzanne Allies

Kate Ashbrook

Jo Augustus

Kerrie Best

Rachel Black

David Bozward

Karen Bubb

Christine Challand

Matthew Collett

Beryl Cuckney

Tom Cullen

Vicki Davies

Janinne Delorenzo

Catriona Fyffe

Terri Grant

Jaime Guinan

Mary Hanson

Boyd Hargreaves

Patricia Hayward

Kimberley Hibbert-Mayne

Frances Hill

Neil Howie

Emma Innes

Mark Johnston

Deborah Langston

Joanne Law

Emma Livett

Benjamin Looker

Michelle Malomo

Karen Mayne

Kate McLeod

Paulo Mora-Avila

Camilla Neale

Susan Neilson

Helen Nicholas

Yuetwah Patrick

Lisa Porter

Andrew Robinson

Adam Ryder

Laura Scurlock-Evans

Jane Sisk

Kathryn Straughton

Elizabeth Symonds

Alison Taylor

Simon Taylor

Clare Vas

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Leading Early Years Practice)

Emma Davis

Wendy Dwyer

Rebecca Leeder

Natalie Rainbird-Hitchins

Jayne Unwin

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Special Educational Needs Coordination) National SENCO Award

Susan Atkinson

Louise Barker

Stacy Bott

Stacey Bowe

Catherine Broomfield

Anita Bush

Sarah Clews

Andrea Durrant

Laura Edkins

Julie Edwards

Charlotte Haile

Tracey Harvey

Rebecca Hewitt

Sarahann Holmes

Christelle Hurst-Earl

James Laidler

Julia Langstone

Emma Lashford

Jacqueline Long

Kathleen McBride-George

Nancy Mead

Josephine Moseley

Lusinda Nuttall

Rachel Palmer

Eleanor Pincher

Joanne Preston

Susanne Reeve

Vivien Rouse

Annie Smith

Tracy Stack

Antonia Teasdale

Suzanne Tilley

Postgraduate Certificate in Education

Ruminder Grewal

Rebecca James

Rachel Kennie

Tom McGovern

Ruth Messenger

Amy Rowley

Postgraduate Diploma in Education

Sarah Scott

Master of Arts in Education

Rachel Appleby

Sarah Bakewell

Simon Beasley

Samantha Davis

Caroline Donley

Michael Eszrenyi

Suzanne Filkin

Sarah Hancox

Andrea Holloway

Helena Hough

Holly Jenkins

Patricia Milligan

Kayleigh Norman

Emily Ormerod

Roseanne Osborne

Ryan Parker

Alexandra Powis

Emma Pragnell

Sarah Prasad

Adam Sallis

Robert Thurman

Ian Urry

Laura Vater

Master of Arts in Education (Early Childhood)

Jacqueline Avins

Debra Barton

Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Leadership and Management)

Ruth Evans

Master of Arts in Education (Leadership and Management)

Mohamad El Majzoub

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Mentoring & Coaching)

Victoria Reeve-Mckew

Master of Arts in Education (Mentoring & Coaching)

Peter Merrix

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Religions & Values Education)

Tracy Hughes

Master of Arts in Education (Special and Inclusive Education)

Samantha Baker

Lisbeth Bakewell

Yvonne Charrot

Leona Dean

Emily Pritchard-Smith

Stephanie Withington

Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Management and Leadership

Patricia Long

Master of Science in Educational Management and Leadership

Saira Archer

Christopher Dickons

Nicholas Lennard

Postgraduate Certificate in Special and Inclusive Education

Donna Whitbread

Master of Arts in Special and Inclusive Education

Emma Slatter

Laura Spurgin

Master of Arts in Mentoring and Coaching for Leadership in Education

Emma John

Diploma in Education and Training (Bournville College)

Laura Adams

Jermaine Clarke

Chynna Daly

Hashem El Hakim

Gareth Evans

Joshua Hammond

Safeera Hassan

Jiangling Li

Rebecca Norman

Melanie Taylor

Louise Thompson

Diploma in Education and Training (Halesowen College)

Mohammed Ali

Chloe Asbury

Jamie Barfoot

Elizabeth Bennett

Zoe Brewin

Bethan Clarke

Samantha Cutler

Sandra Derham

Alfie Finn

Rebecca Hadley

Stephanie Hancox

Terry Koh

Jessica Lowe

Paul McCormick

Abigail Morris

Zoe Raybould

Liza Russell

Rhianne Sheppard

Merjam Shousha

Mitchell Siviter

Rajalakshmi Sukumaran

Siobhan Thompson

Melissa Willock

Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Studies

Victoria Bunn

Farihah Choudhury

Emily Mitchell

Megan Taylor

Amy Weir

Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Primary

Ummanaz Ali

Kirsty Allen

Tanya Athwal

Emily Atkinson

Adele Banfield

Matthew Bateman

Callum Beale

Deborah Beckett

Ceri Biddle

Hannah Bingley

Jennifer Black

Stephanie Blantford

Louise Boeckmans

William Bowring-Lossock

Seamus Bradford

Jacob Bragg

Alicia Brighton

Charlotte Burton

Catherine Bushnell

Sophie Carrington

Mandip Chahal

Holly Charters

Joanne Clark

Anna Clayton

Aaliyah Coburn

Alice Cole

Oliver Cooke

Lillyan D’Cruz

Laura Dakers

Ceryl Danter-Davies

Sian Davies

Christian Dixon

Steven Donnison

Rosie Dunn

Daniel Eaton

Beth Ellerton

Ferni Evans

Jamie Fletcher

Jade Flett

Katie Forrester

Joseph Foster

Sammi Fox

Eleanor Fraser

Annabelle Gandy

Hannah Gee

Helen Gibbons

Megan Gillespie

Amy Gowland

Hannah Graver

Floella Harris-Benjamin

Edward Hartland

Rebecca Harvey

Emma Hawthorne

Lydia Hilpert-Smith

Emma Horsley

Laura Hudson

Zakiyah Ishaq

Brodie Jones

Chloe Jones

Luke Jones

Isabelle Kashani

Asha Kaur

Justine Keeling-Paglia

Alexandra Kirk

Siân Lampitt

Emma Law

Francesca Law

Emily Lewis

Joshua Loade

Anna Lodge

Karl Long

Heidi Loveridge

Hannah Lowerson

Ryan Malpass

Emily Marrs

Ryan Marsh

Bethany Mason

Callum McGillivray

Rebecca McPherson

Mark Meacham

Catrin Meredith

Sarah Meredith

April Merrick

Philippa Milligan

Charlotte Moody

Alexander Morgan

Alexandrea Morgan

Craig Morgan

Barnaby Murch

William Newton

Pamela Norris

Jessica Nott

Matthew Parker

Lara Parry-Roberts

Rebecca Peachey

Alice Pearson

Caitlin Perry

Katie Popsys

Laura Potter

Alistair Poulton

Michelle Price

Emma Rainsford

Hannah Raybould

Elizabeth Richardson

Amy Roberts

Ellie Rogers

Charlotte Savin

Georgia Sawyer

Emily Shimmons

Natalie Slater

Casey Smith

Lucy Smith

Megan Stanley

Paris Stephens

Verity Surrall

Amy Sutton

Mark Swaine

Amanda Taylor

Catherine Taylor

Samantha Thomas

Lucy Thomson

James Tidy

Alice Todd

Emily Townsend

Lucy Underwood

Hayley Walton

Jordan Walton

Kelly Warwick

Jasmine Watt

Kirsty Weatherhogg

Hannah Weaver

Gemma Welsh

Amy Wheatley

Sally Wild

Emma Williams

Megan Williams

Megan Winstone

Hannah Woolley

Lauren Wright

Charlotte Wyles

Cathryn Yeomans

Victoria Yeomans

Martin Zoeller

Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Primary (Somerset SCITT)

Lois Allen

Dennis Atkins

Natasha Barnes

Joanne Bradshaw

Kristiana Carrington

Laura Cavanagh

Robert Cottis

Tammy Court

Ellen Curson

Joanna Gavins

Kimberley Gibbard

Nicholas Green

Katy Gundry

Bethan Hancock

Danielle Harvey

David Hill

Matthew Hill

Luke Hingston

Kate Hooper

James Huntley

Sophie King

Katie Leat

Georgia-Grace Ludlow

Nadine Luesley

Emma Marson

Paige Merrick

Lloyd Morgan

Leigh Morris

Hannah Nevill

Jade Pollard

Rebecca Poole

Sophia Prevett

Holly Robbins

Ceri Selway

Michaela Simmonds

Leanne Spurrell

Sophie Stones

Alexandra Thompson

Hannah Warren

Jodie Williams

Katy Wooff

Professional Graduate

Certificate in Education:


Joseph Amos

Huw Burton

Rebecca Cashmore

Isabelle Cazals

Julie Collins

Emma Fitzgerald

Francine Gicanda Karekezi

Callum Grant

Joseph Hyndman

Sarah Jones

Owen Lewis

Laura Marshall

Eishpal Mattu

Andrew McEwan

Katelyn McHugh

Paul McNamee

Aaron Moore

Natalia Rega Gonzalez

Joseph Turner

Professional Graduate Certificate in Education: Secondary (Barr Beacon SCITT)

Gabriella Edmonds

Georgina Fisher

Lydia Kelly

Carlota Larrosa

Charlotte Pagett

Zac Richards

Adam Smith

Professional Graduate Certificate in Education: Secondary (Devon SCITT)

Samantha Nash

Tyler Page

Johanna Regan

Lyndon Smith

David Watkins

Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Secondary

Julie Anderson

Francis Arris

Marcus Ashcroft

Melissa Baverstock

Charlotte Beckett

Samantha Berry

Katie Birch

Robert Bircher

Lauren Boyd

Daniel Bradley

Jodie Brain

Alexandra Brazier

Sophie Brocklebank

Eleonora Cantini

Steven Card

Ralph Carr

Stacey Catton

Amy Clarke

James Combe

Emma-Louise Cox

Katherine Crane

Matthew Dale

Scott Danby

Hannah Daniels

Rachel Davies

Abigail Davison

Avril Day-Jones

Andrew Delorenzo

Jessica Dodd

Marie-Louise Ebenhoeh

Sebastian Edwards

Katie Ellis

Celia Escande

Caroline Faulder

Emma Faulkner

Chloe Ferguson

Samuel Footman

Chloe Fowler

Amy Freeman

Alejandro Garcia Polo

Virginie Gascoigne

Hannah Geithner

Ronnie Gilchrist

Christopher Goodwin

Rosie Harris

Paige Harrison

Corinna Hayward

Amy Hindmarch

Jessica Hipkiss

Alexander Hodson

Josephine Howells

Victoria Hughes

Sam Humble

Ellen Jauncey

Christopher Johnson

Andrew Jones

Hannah Jones

Tomos Jones

Ciara King

Lauren King

Justin Koller

Anna Kubinski

Izumi Kurokawa

Hannah Laurence

Tuesday Lee

Nadia Mahmood

Jonathan Margetts

Sam Martin

Gregory Massingham

Anne McMahon

Bethan Merriman

Lisa Mesnil

Rebecca Moore

Christopher Mueller

Michael Murtadha

Rosie Newman

Paige Nicholls

Jasmine Nock

Sarah-Jane Norman

Kerry O’Rourke

Jessica Osmond

Emily Page

Katharine Partington

Natalia Payne

Natalia Paz-Outumuro

Sophie Pritchard

Melanie Rene

Jonathan Rickett

Gian Scappini

Ekachy Schmalisch

David Schuster

Sophie Schwarz

Ashley Smith

Laura Smith

Hannah Snell

John Spashett

Joshua Sterling

Emma Summers

Katie Taylor

Gemma Thomas

Karen Thomas

Hannah Thomas-Bengry

Ella Thompson

Rebecca Timmins

Daniel Tipton

Dominic Tutino

Jodie Ward

Daniel Webb

Alannah Wilkes

Lydia Wilkinson

Samuel Wood

Elaine Woods

Amy Wright

Scott Wright-Evans

Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Secondary (Barr Beacon SCITT)

Shannon Carlton

Martyn Curzey

Rosie Fisher

Stephanie Green

Luke Hughes

Matthew Joss

Matthew Nicklin

Sharmaine Perrin

Lucy Phillips

Neil Randall

Jamie Simkiss

Chedia Smii Ep Nsiri

Claire Warren

Zoe Williamson

Postgraduate Certificate in Education: Secondary (Devon SCITT)

Rosalind Davies

Lee Northway

Rebecca Ridley

Jean-Patrick Vieu