The Ofsted exceptional sixth form college located in Horsham is a place for students from other countries who are part of partner schools.
Aimee Supriyadi, who previously attended the St. Oscar Romero Catholic school in Goring, was among the cash to Collyer’s school principal Dan Lodge.
She was accepted into Collyer’s in September and is already involved in the role of a student ambassador. She’s helping demonstrate to year 10 and 11 students in the region what Collyer’s could offer them.
Aimee Supriyadi from Worthing, left, with Worthing-based Collyer’s ambassadors Jess Howells, centre, and Kayshale Sugantha
Mr. Lodge declared: “It is important that Collyer acknowledges the excellence of our outstanding partner schools and rewards the new students at Collyer’s for their academic achievement in the year 11.
“We have students originating from all around the world, and it’s only fitting to reward students from further afield.
Bursary students from Collyer’s, from left, Beth Flanders, Amelia Watson, Dan Lodge, Daniel Wright, Aimee Supriyadi and Shriyani Jayatilaka
A new group of Collyer’s students was presented with bursaries to acknowledge their impressive performance in school. They were awarded top marks.
Aimee stated that she would like to thank her teachers from St. Oscar Romero for all they did to assist her.
Steve Martell, deputy principal at Collyer’s Steve Martell, Collyer’s deputy principal, said, “St Oscar Romero is a respected partner school. Aimee Supriyadi is an asset to everyone in their amazing community.
“To make it even more impressive, Aimee has already been acting in the role of a student representative Collyer’s in this semester.”
Collyer’s provides free post-16 education and accepts applications online for September 2022.