British Nutrition Foundation 2019 Drummond Education Awards
The British Nutrition Foundation held their annual Drummond Education Awards on the 19th November 2019.
Top candidates in both the National 5 and Advanced Higher Health and Food Technology courses, along with their teachers, are invited down to the Royal College of Physicians in London for the prestigious ceremony.
Guest of honour Henry Dimbleday, son of Question Time’s David, and a member of the Government task force on healthy eating, gave out awards to our two successful candidates.
Amy Petrie, a pupil from Ellon Academy was the National 5 winner, and Jenna Mowat, from Braes High School in Shetland received the Advanced Higher Award.
Pictured is Graeme Findlay, SQA Qualifications Manager and Trustee of the British Nutrition Foundation, Amy Petrie from Ellon Academy, Jenna Mowat and her teacher Holly Williamson, from Braes High School.