As teenagers across the country wait with anticipation for their exam results later this month, four students at Sibford School have been given an early excuse to celebrate after achieving top grades in their recent BTEC Level 3 Countryside Management course.
Ben Loveridge was awarded Distinction* (the equivalent of an A* at A Level); Nancy Tucker and Daisy Everett both gained Distinctions and Zoe Trafford gained a Merit.
Angy Bovill, head of Countryside & Environmental Sciences at Sibford School said: “These are excellent results and all four students should be very proud of their achievements.”
Sibford School, which is set in some 50 acres of grounds, is becoming increasingly well known for the success of its outdoor curriculum which involves pupils throughout the school from the youngest, who join at the age of three, through to sixth form.
The school has it’s own pond, greenhouses and conservation area and also makes use of nearby amenities such as Upton House Gardens, Whichford Woods and Leys Farm near Hook Norton.
Pictured: (left to right) Zoe Trafford, Ben Loveridge, Nancy Tucker and Daisy Everett.