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Sunday, 08 October 2017 13:01

London Institute Of Banking and Finance awards Featured

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Pictured: Sarah Sutton, Paul McGlashan, Aneurin Thomas, Charles Thursfield, John Bryne, James Astbury , Niall Burgan Debi Howell Pictured: Sarah Sutton, Paul McGlashan, Aneurin Thomas, Charles Thursfield, John Bryne, James Astbury , Niall Burgan Debi Howell

Debi Howell, Financial Capability Relationship Manager for Wales and South West England, visited school last week to make a presentation to year 13 students for their academic performance last year. 

Students at Eirias would have had to secure a score in the top 5% nationally (UK) to attain these awards.

This mean that students who won the awards attained results from their exams that were in the top 5% of all students in the UK.

By achieving this award, they would be eligible for a £500 cash award should they follow an approved degree course.

Here is the list of students who are to be awarded Certificates of Outstanding Achievement.

DipFS Certificates  ( Y13 last year)

Matthew Wood                         

Sam Collinge                     

Sophie Weston                       

Harry Bennett                      

James Beard           

CeFS Certificates

James Astbury

Niall Burgan

John Bryne

Georgina Cheshire

Morgan Jones

Paul McGlashan

Aneurin Thomas

Charles Thursfield


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