It all adds up for maths girl

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - OPINION -

A STU­DENT from New Rom­ney has re­ceived a schol­ar­ship to­wards her stud­ies at univer­sity. Bethany Dearlove, 18, a for­mer pupil of High­worth Gram­mar for Girls in Ash­ford, is study­ing for a maths de­gree at the Univer­sity of Read­ing and has been awarded a £2,000 schol­ar­ship to go to­wards the costs of her first year stud­ies. Bethany said: “When I re­ceived my of­fer I was very ex­cited, and al­though I have al­ways found my­self to be very self mo­ti­vated, the chance of get­ting the schol­ar­ship in­spired me fur­ther to reach for those top grades. To re­ceive recog­ni­tion for this work is un­be­liev­able. ”

New Rom­ney’s Bethany Dearlove with Univer­sity of Read­ing vice-chan­cel­lor, pro­fes­sor Gor­don Mar­shall

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