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Suffolk One host annual celebration night

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 January 2018

Students with their awards at Suffolk One. Picture: JOHN NICE

Students with their awards at Suffolk One. Picture: JOHN NICE

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Pupils at the sixth form have held their annual alumni award ceremony.

Students of past and present joined together at the school for an evening of celebration and prize giving.

14 awards were presented to students marking both academic achievement and student’s contributions to school life.

Suffolk one principal, Alan Whittaker, said, “I feel very lucky to be the principal at Suffolk One.

“This event comes off the back of an excellent year and we are very much looking forward to 2018.”

The guest speaker at the event was former Suffolk One student Luke Handley who beat off the competition from 720 to gain his position at the Jardine Motor Group.

Luke said, “Suffolk One guided me and supported me when I was considering what to do in my future career. I’m now working as a trainee sales executive for the Jardine Academy. I’d say, revise, study and take your exams seriously.”

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