Course success for Wallace pupils

Mr Michael Lowry, the Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator at The Wallace High School with Year 13 pupils Jordan Brown and Chris Lennon. Both boys have been selected to attend the prestigious Villiers Park Residential Courses for prospective Oxbridge and Russell Group university students.

Mr Michael Lowry, the Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator at The Wallace High School with Year 13 pupils Jordan Brown and Chris Lennon. Both boys have been selected to attend the prestigious Villiers Park Residential Courses for prospective Oxbridge and Russell Group university students.

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TWO Year 13 pupils from Wallace High School have recently won places on the prestigious Villiers Park Residential Courses for prospective Oxbridge and Russell Group university students.

Jordan Brown, who joined the school in September 2012 after completing his GCSE studies at St Patrick’s High School in Lisburn will be joined by Chris Lennon. Chris was one of Northern Ireland’s top students at GCSE level gaining 10 A* grades and a top three place in both French and Mathematics. The boys will attend courses focusing on English literature and Mathematics respectively.

The students will experience tuition from Oxbridge academics whilst enjoying debate and discussion with other academically gifted students. Courses at Villiers Park, which is situated close to the university hub of Cambridge, are usually week long giving the young people a genuine opportunity to bond with others.

 

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