High school student wins geography prize


A former pupil of Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School (TWGGS) has won a geography prize for her academic performance.

The award, sponsored by homebuilder Millwood Designer Homes, went to Aimee Hobley for her excellence in maintaining her standards and motivation throughout distance learning.

TWGGS Director Linda Wybar said: “We are very proud of Aimee, who has excelled in the most difficult of circumstances, maintaining her love of learning and high academic standards through distance learning. .

“Her superb results are also a testament to the excellent geography department at TWGGS, the inspiration of which is evident in Aimee’s genuine passion for the subject.

“We are very grateful for the continued support of Millwood Designer Homes in their encouragement and recognition of the importance of studying geography at the highest level, and we are delighted that Aimee continues to flourish at the University of Cambridge. .”

The Millwood Geography Prize is part of the Kent-based developer’s Encouragement Pack initiative.

Philip Brown, Sales and Marketing Director at Millwood Designer Homes, said: “It is clear that Aimee has shown great resilience with her ability to succeed despite the uncertainty of recent years.

“On behalf of everyone at Millwood, I would like to extend my congratulations to Aimee on her fantastic academic achievement and wish her all the best for the future.”

Aimee said: “I am so grateful to receive this Geography Award, a subject I have always loved for its breadth and enduring relevance in helping to understand both our physical world and the people and politics that drive it. dwell.”

Aimee received a trophy, £50 book token and £50 cash prize.


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