Wall of Fame

The nomination voting process for our 2022 Wall of Fame has now closed. Look out for more information on nominees soon!

In 2014, the Wall of Fame was introduced by one of our Student Council members to celebrate contributions and achievements from students, teachers and members of the community who have shown great effort, skill, or courage.

Members of the Student Council organise regular nominations and voting to update the Wall of Fame each year. Anyone can nominate, and anyone can be nominated: pupils, staff, teams at Penryn College, members of the local community, and even people in the public eye can receive an honorary award.

Due to COVID-19, we haven’t delivered our Wall of Fame since 2019, but this year (2022) it is set to make a return! 2019’s nominees are listed and pictured below…

2019 Wall of Fame

Nominees featured on the 2019 Wall of Fame (Left to Right):

  • Sophie Grey (Student) – Took part in a fundraising head shave for Children’s Hospice South West and Little Princess Trust, raising over £2,000.
  • Mr Stephens (Staff) – For going above and beyond to help students produce some amazing work, and devoting his free time to the local community.
  • Mr Cooke (Staff) – For giving up his time to support student learning outside of the classroom.
  • The Dracaena Centre Youth Team – For showing professionalism and enthusiasm in supporting young people.
  • Penryn College SMSC Leaders – Collected and delivered 65 boxes of food for the Penryn & Falmouth Foodbank, donated by Penryn College pupils and their families.
  • Mrs Snowdon (Staff) – For her educational, emotional and medical support for pupils.
  • Sinead Harris (Student) – For overcoming anxiety issues to become a supportive and empathetic student.
  • Ellie Grey (Former Police Community Support Officer) – For supporting pupils and young people in the community.