When Noah was considering where to attend Sixth Form there was no doubt – he wanted to remain at Wycliffe. The reasons? “There are so many opportunities at Wycliffe that you wouldn’t get at another school,” he says. “Wycliffe is also such a tightly knit community and that’s important to me.”
Noah studied Maths, Chemistry and Physics in A Levels and is starting at the University of Birmingham to study Civil Engineering. In his final year at Wycliffe Noah was Head of School.
“Being Head of School has certainly helped with my leadership abilities and I have learned skills which I will be able to apply to my work if I am in charge of a project.”
His advice for future Wycliffe pupils he didn’t hesitate – ‘take risks and find your pioneering spirit’. “Wycliffe is a school of opportunities,” he says. “It doesn’t matter if your friends don’t want to do the same activity, club or trip as you, in fact it’s sometimes better if they don’t. You get to know a different set of people within the wider Wycliffe community across different year groups.” Noah joined Wycliffe in Year 3 and has just finished Sixth Form.
Ask Amber what her favourite subject is, and she will tell you without a moment’s hesitation – Drama.
Amelia was awarded a substantial scholarship from Harvard where she is studying Chemistry and plays for the Harvard Women Varsity Squash Team.
Hola. Me llamo Ander A-S. Tengo 14 años y vivo en Mallorca.
Ato joined Wycliffe College in Year 8 when he was 12 years old.
Chloe, Boarder from Hong Kong
Along with the rest of her year group, Kate was involved in bringing history to life by re-enacting the Battle of Hastings in the Prep School Grounds.
Mikey moved here from London to join Wycliffe at the start of Year 3, and has made lots of friends already.
For Olivia, Wycliffe has made her feel secure enough to challenge herself and to find her pioneering spirit.
For Sohil, current Year 10 pupil who comes from a Forces’s family, life at Wycliffe has given him a home in one place where he can develop strong friendships and be part of a supportive community.
My family has generations of Ghurkas in the British and Indian Army from both sides of my parents.