Sibford Sixth Form student Archie has completed his BTEC level 3 Countryside Management Course with a Distinction*.
For his final piece of work, he joined forces with Year 12 pupil Tom to create an interpretive board for the wild flower habitat in the school.
Course tutor Angy Bovill said: “The board explains the importance of wild flower habitats to the success and survival of our native bee population which is very much under threat from the use of the agrochemical neonicotinoid.
“Archie did a fantastic job and is well deserving of such a great result.”
Distinction*s were also awarded to all pupils who took the Information Technology Level 3 BTEC course.