On the 25th June, Noureddine Bedaoui, one of our Adult Learners at the College with Merton Adult Education was awarded the COSLP Best Learner Award at the House of Lords; as a result of his excellent attendance and achievement and his hard work and dedication as shown on his Maths GCSE course. He was nominated by the College.
Noureddine Bedaoui enrolled on a Maths GCSE course in September 2016. He completed the qualification in June 2017 gaining grade B. He achieved this whilst keeping a full-time job as a delivery driver and raising his young family.
Noureddine’s goal is to become a maths teacher in a secondary school and to complete PGCE teacher training at university in order to achieve his goal. Because Noureddine was educated abroad, he also needed to gain a GCSE English qualification as part of his university application.
Noureddine is currently enrolled on an English GCSE course and through hard work and determination is on track to achieve a good grade, which will allow him to realise his ambition of training as a teacher.
During the two academic years in which Noureddine has been a student at Merton College, he has also volunteered every Saturday in a community school teaching Arabic to teenagers preparing for GCSE, thus gaining useful and valuable teaching experience.
Well done Noureddine and the best of luck in your future endeavours.