Brilliant scholars graduate with flying colours
- Credit: Archant
A group of students from a Lowestoft high school have proved to be just brilliant.
The 10 East Point Academy students completed a challenging study programme inspiring them to aim for the highest academic achievements.
They graduated from the Brilliant Club course at a ceremony held at the University of East Anglia on May 12 after a rigorous programme of study led by a PhD student.
Five of the students received a first for their final assignments – the highest mark available. During the course they studied various topics, learning how to interpret and critique key texts and building their debating and analytical skills.
They also enjoyed a tour of Cambridge University, giving them a taste of life as a student.
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Principal Richard Dolding said: 'Our Brilliant Club scholars have been enthused and inspired by this course, and their fantastic results reflect their hard work and commitment to their studies.'
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