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Early start for exam celebrations

Andy Bovill is pictured with (from left to right) Lee, Joe, Charles, James and Harry.

Angy Bovill is pictured with (from left to right) Lee, Joe, Charles, James and Harry.

With most teenagers anxiously waiting until 13 August to receive news of their A Level results, five students from Sibford School have been given a head start.
The students have all completed a Level 3 Subsidiary Award in Countryside Management … and have already received their results.

Lee Mitchell and Joe Slatter achieved Distinction* (the equivalent of an A* at A Level); James Paton and Harry Rickard achieved Distinction (the equivalent of an A at A Level) and Charles Adams achieved a Merit (the equivalent of a C at A Level).

Course tutor Angy Bovill said: “The students have had a busy year planting a native hedge in the conservation area, carrying out grassland management work on a local farm and designing and implementing a new Interpretive Board aimed at supporting biodiversity in the habitats found in the conversation area.

“I am very proud of their achievements and wish them well in their future endeavours.”

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