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Posted on: January 20th 2017

Oxford/Cambridge University Offers!

Many congratulations to our SIX students this year who have received offers to study at Oxford and Cambridge universities.

Oxford has offered a conditional place to Jessica Norman to study Biological Sciences and to Annabelle Trew to study Medicine.

Cambridge has offered a conditional place to Molly Barker to study Mathematics, Chloe Bayliss to study Theology,  Alfie Corroll to study Human, Social and Political Science and Harriet Fearon to study Architecture.

We are pleased to see our students making successful applications to prestigious courses across a broad range of subject areas.


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