Students celebrate special achievements

Celebrating (from left) are Charlotte Taylor, Alice Braybrook, Tom Chamberlain, Caroline Dormor, Emily Rowe and Alisha Hassan.

Celebrating (from left) are Charlotte Taylor, Alice Braybrook, Tom Chamberlain, Caroline Dormor, Emily Rowe and Alisha Hassan.

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SIX Spalding High School students are celebrating special achievements.

Head girl Alice Braybrook will be studying in America for a year after winning the Ridgeway scholarship, awarded by the University of Evansville in Indiana, while Alisha Hussain has been awarded a bursary from the Moulton Harrox Educational Foundation to help fund her through university.

Tom Chamberlain has won a place on the KPMG sponsored degree in accountancy at Durham University. KPMG will pay Tom a salary, all his tuition fees and accommodation costs.

Emily Rowe has been awarded an unconditional place and a £1,000 bursary for Aberystwyth University.

Caroline Dormor and Charlotte Taylor will both be heading to Cambridge. Caroline to Churchill College, to read English literature and Charlotte will read mathematics at St John’s College.

School spokesman Joan Vessey said: We are immensely proud of all our students’ achievements.

“ About 90 per cent of the sixth form go on to university and many have worked hard to gain places on very competitive courses.”