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Top 50 for A Level Student

Published by Old Swinford Hospital on Thursday 29th of September 2011

Old Swinford Hospital student James Lowe was in the top 50 performing Computing candidates in this year's A Level examinations.

To recognise his achievement, Netcraft, an Internet Services Company in Bath, has awarded James the prize of a top of the range Targus laptop rucksack.

James has just embarked upon a three year BSC Computer Science Course at the University of Birmingham and is delighted to have been offered a scholarship for his tuition fees for the first year.

Mrs Sue Westwood, Head of ICT at Old Swinford Hospital said 'to come in the top 50 out of 2,259 students is a fantastic achievement for James, and reflects his dedication and handwork.' 'We wish him success in his degree course and future career'.
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