Eight pupils from Terrington Hall Preparatory School have earned scholarships to some of the leading senior schools in the country, thanks to excellent results in their Common Entrance exams.
And to make it a successful year all round for the class, all 21 pupils have won places to their first-choice school.
Scholarships were given to Joseph Browne, who won a Basil Hume award for sport to Ampleforth College, Harry Welch and Joseph Osborne who both earned academic scholarships to Sedbergh, Max Twiddle, was presented with the Headmaster’s Award to Sedbergh, Isabella Illingworth a choral scholarship to Moira House, Sussex, and Eddie Wainibuli a scholarship to Woodhouse Grove.
Jon Glen, head teacher of Terrington Hall, said: ‘Year on year, more than a quarter of our Year Eight leavers win scholarships to their senior schools and this year is no exception.
“I am particularly proud of Terrington’s Fijian scholarship programme which this year sees the fourth successive Fijian scholar win a scholarship to their senior school.”
Pictured: Terrington Hall’s scholarship winners after the Leavers’ Service conducted by the Rev Taff Morgan at All Saints’ Church, Terrington: (from left) Max Twiddle, Isabella Illingworth, Eddie Wainibuli, Joseph Browne, Harry Welch and Joseph Osborne.