Oxbridge offers for five SES students
Five Year 13 students at Stamford Endowed Schools have succeeded in gaining offers from prestigious Cambridge Colleges. The competition at Cambridge University increases each year and the rigorous application and interview process means that only those with the very highest level of academic potential are offered a place. In return, they will receive world-class tuition and an unsurpassed level of academic support through the collegiate system.
Bronte Philips, has been offered a place to read Arabic and Persian at Newnham College; Jessica Braid has an offer to read History at Selwyn College; Camilla Beech, has an offer to read English with Education at Homerton College; Emily Malvaso has an offer to read Law at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and Jamie Sproul has been offered a place to read Human, Social and Political Science (HSPS) at Trinity College.
Richard Gale, Head of Independent Learning and Intellectual Curiosity (ILIC) at Stamford Endowed Schools said: “The students have all shown academic flair and a large degree of independence in their learning, being great examples of the ethos of the schools and they truly deserve their offers.”
Principal of the Stamford Endowed Schools, Mr Stephen Roberts, said; “We are extremely proud of all of our students who choose to go onto higher education and receive a place at their desired university. Entry to Oxbridge colleges is especially competitive and I congratulate our students on having gained a place there. This is a wonderful opportunity for them which I am confident they will enjoy and benefit from tremendously.”