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Presentation Evening 2021

Ludlow College celebrated the outstanding successes of its award-winning students at Presentation Evening on 16th September 2021 in the Drama Studio, Harley Centre.

Owing to Covid, this was the first time the event had been held since 2019. Head of College, Carl Morris, and the Principal of HLNSC College, David Williams, spoke of the remarkable fortitude the award-winning students had shown in achieving such success in their post-16 education through the Covid years.

Jonathan Burton-Barr – a prize winner himself in Sociology a few years ago – returned to College as guest speaker. Jonathan told students about his exciting journey in higher education since leaving Ludlow; he is shortly to start a PhD in the field of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Singapore.

Top prize winners included Dan Gilmore for the Principal’s prize for achievement at A level; Dan is now reading Engineering at Oxford University. Grace Byrne – who also this summer won the prestigious Corpus Essay Competition run by Corpus Christi College, Cambridge – earned the Old Ludlovians’ Bursary for achievement at AS Level.

Prize winners:

Tegan Pinches (Subject Prize: BTEC Sport)

Maisie Bufton (Subject Prize: Health and Social Care Level 3 – now studying Nursing at the University of Worcester)

Megan Johnson (Subject Prize: Early Years Level 3 – now studying Adult Nursing at the University of Chester)

Chloe Wyatt (Subject Prize: Health and Social Care Level 2)

Bo Nicholas (The BHPS Prize for Natural Sciences:  Biology – now studying Biomedicine at Manchester University)

Oliver Little (The BHPS Prize for Natural Sciences:  Environmental Science – continuing to study Environmental Science at the University of York)

Esme Evans (Subject Prize: Geography and prize for Services to the College)

Jasmine Taylor (Subject Prize: Psychology – now studying Diagnostic Radiography at Cardiff University)

Rachel Rogers (Subject Prize: Graphics – now studying Illustration at Cardiff Met University)

Madeline Robertson (Subject Prize: Film Studies)

Holly Watson (Subject Prize: Media Studies – now studying Criminology and Sociology at the University of Chester)

Jess Simmonds (Subject Prize: Spanish)

Eva Jones (The Robbie Burns Prize for English – continuing to study English Literature and Creative Writing at Aberystwyth University)

Kyra Hennessy (The BHPS Prize for Natural Sciences: Chemistry and The John Lawson prize for EPQ – now applying for Medicine for 2022)

Ella Crump (The Charlotte Mountford Memorial ABC (Ability, Behaviour and Commitment) Award)

Grace Byrne (Old Ludlovians Bursary for Achievement at AS Level – now applying to universities for Law for 2022.

You can find all photos on Flickr.

Date: 16/09/2021