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Four girls and one boy at Herts & Essex High School have been offered places at Cambridge University.

After a series of tests and interviews, and subject to the required grades in their A-levels this summer, Ben Gregory and Aimee Schilder will be reading medicine at Pembroke College and St John’s College respectively.

Bethan Spragg hopes to study natural sciences at Magdalene College, Elizabeth Li wants to do land economy at Trinity College while Chloe Coles-Smith is bound for Murray Edwards College to read classics.

Cambridge-bound quintet, from left, Ben Gregory, Bethan Spragg, Aimee Schilder, Elizabeth Li and Chloe Coles-Smith
Cambridge-bound quintet, from left, Ben Gregory, Bethan Spragg, Aimee Schilder, Elizabeth Li and Chloe Coles-Smith

A spokeswoman for the Warwick Road secondary said: "All five have worked incredibly hard to achieve these offers and the support from teachers and others in helping them to hone their personal statements and complete mock interviews has been second to none, and much appreciated. We wish them all the very best as they strive towards their required A level grades.

Bethan is an accomplished brass musician and has been the school's Last Post trumpeteer each Remembrance Day since she was in Year 7. "She did her last in November," said the spokeswoman. "We'll have to find someone new to do it later this year!"



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