Collyer’s Bursary Success

This week Collyer’s presented bursaries to 9 new students, in recognition of their outstanding results at school. Bursaries were awarded to a student from each of the key local partner schools and to students achieving top grades from schools north, south, east and west of Horsham. Richard Potter, ex Forest pupil, was presented with a cheque.

Principal, Sally Bromley explained: “It is important that Collyer’s recognise the outstanding work of our excellent partner schools, by rewarding some of our new students for their academic success in year 11. We attract students from right across the region, so it is fitting that we should also reward those coming to us from farther afield. I’m sure the money will be put to good use to help support their education or extra-curricular activities while at Collyer’s.”

A quality education remains a top priority and it is no surprise that Collyer’s attract students from across the south east of England and internationally.

Horsham’s College of Richard Collyer, widely known as Collyer’s, was founded in 1532 and is one of the country’s leading sixth form colleges. The institution offers free post 16 education and enjoys an “Outstanding” rating from Ofsted. In 2016, Collyer’s once again achieved excellent exam results.

Sally Bromley told the students: “You’ve all made a great start to life at Collyer’s and I’m confident that your individual success stories can continue into advanced level and beyond. You are a credit to the excellent schools you attended and I’m sure that they are extremely proud of your outstanding GCSE achievements!”

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