Northbrook held its Higher Education graduation ceremony on Friday at Worthing’s Assembly Hall. Over 400 students graduated from Northbrook’s university level courses this year.
The guest of honour this year was Marc Koska, who gave an inspirational speech about his success as the inventor of the non-reusable syringe that has saved lives all over the world by preventing the spread of disease. Other guests of the College included the Mayor of Worthing, representatives of Brighton University and local councillors.
The atmosphere was celebratory with the graduates cheering their classmates as they each went up to the stage. Afterwards,graduate David Black gave an amusing ‘Vote of Thanks’ speech on behalf of the students.
Northbrook’s Vice Principal, Karimah Butcher also presented five Outstanding Achievement awards to graduates Sarah Singleton (Electronic Engineering), Megan Hamber (Theatre Arts), Jessica Carlton Silva (Theatre Arts ), Christopher Cohen (Music), Emily Shaw (Early Years Care and Education), Jennifer Thompson (Fashion Design) and Gemma Clark (Creative Media Practice).
Graduates and their families outside Worthing Assembly Hall