Mary Kane ICT Award 2014

Congratulations to Grosvenor pupil Matthew Carson, 16, who was recently recognised as Northern Ireland’s top ICT student at GCSE level (2013) after being presented with the 'Mary Kane Award' for outstanding achievement.

The annual award scheme was established by Capita Managed IT Solutions and C2k in memory of Mary Kane, a Senior Manager for C2k who was passionate about ICT and its transformational impact on teaching and learning. To mark Mary’s legacy, Matthew was presented with the latest ICT equipment to the value of £500, while Grosvenor will also help deliver the wider benefits to other pupils through its receipt of £1000 of ICT equipment.

Well done once again to Matthew on his incredible achievement, as well as his teacher Mr Damien Gartland, without whose direction such an outstanding result would not have been possible.

The School thanks Capita as well as C2k for their recognition of Matthew’s achievement and wish Matthew the best of luck as now he embarks on his AS Level examinations over the coming weeks.

        

        

            

Matthew Carson receives the prestigious 'Mark Kane Award 2014', accompanied by, from left to right: Matt Burns (Capita IT Solutions), Oonagh Kane (sister of Mary Kane), Alastair Crease (C2k) and Robin McLoughlin (Grosvenor Principal)