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Seven Students Receive Prestigious Oxbridge Offers

Oxbridge Stamford Endowed SchoolsSeven SES pupils have received conditional offers to attend either Oxford or Cambridge and study for their degrees. Six pupils from Stamford High School and one from Stamford School have been offered places at Cambridge.

SES has a strong tradition of its students gaining entry to these universities and it is extremely encouraging that these figures are on the rise. Competition for places at these prominent universities is always high, and these student have done remarkably well in receiving these offers.

Jasmine Farrow (Y13) has been offered the chance to study Natural Sciences, (Biological) at Selwyn College. Caitlin Findlay (Y13) has been offered to read English at Newnham College. Martha Radbourne (Y13) is set to study History at Pembroke College. Catherine Leake, a SHS leaver last year has been offered to study Human Social and Political Sciences (HSPS) at Pembroke College.

Current Head Girl, Colette Russell, (Y13) has been offered to read Medicine at Fitzwilliam. Marek Sklenka (Y13) is set to study Natural Sciences (Physical) at Churchill College and Issie Thomas (Y13) has received an offer to read French and Spanish at the Trinity College.

Principal of the Stamford Endowed Schools, Stephen Roberts, said “The students have put a massive amount of hard work in preparation for their Cambridge entrance and I am delighted that so many have gained offers.”

Pictured (Left to right) Back; Jasmine Farrow, Colette Russell and Marek Sklenka. Front; Catherine Leake, Caitlin Findlay and Martha Radbourne.

Not Pictured; Issie Thomas.