A Sixth Form student at Churston Ferrers Grammar School has been rewarded with a scholarship for her outstanding effort and achievement during her A Levels.
Luci Reynolds received the award, granted by The Reading List Foundation, which provides a grant to cover the costs of books for her university studies.
She was chosen for the award based not only on her outstanding results, but on the challenges that she overcame to achieve those results
Luci achieved A* in Business Studies and History, and an A in English Literature, and has a place to read History at Durham University.
Head of Sixth Form, Adam Killeya, said “We are very proud of what all of our students have achieved this year, but Luci particularly stood out for this award for her outstanding attitude and achievement in the face of challenge. She is an extremely worthy winner, and we are very appreciative to the Reading List Foundation for offering this award”
Sixth Form students at Churston Ferrers Grammar School have enjoyed great success in their A Levels despite an exceptionally challenging year.
Amongst those celebrating the results of their hard work, three Churston students secured their places at Oxford University – Adrienne Knight, to read Music, Chloe Howgate to read Law, and Ash de Silva to read Biology. The three students achieved ten A* grades between them!
Several others students – Emily Brown, Seb Carlstrom, Megan Caunter, Ola Ebbutt and Cleo Widdecombe – achieved A*s across the board.
In total nearly half of the grades achieved by Churston students were As or A*s.
Head of Sixth Form, Adam Killeya, said “We are immensely proud of our young people and what they have achieved. A Levels are challenging at any time, and to come through two such difficult academic years as they have, and to have achieved such success, is testament to both the hard work put in by students and the support given by staff”.
Churston Ferrers Grammar School Greenway Road Brixham Devon TQ5 0LN
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