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I'm Katherine Hurndall

Whilst I was at Crompton House, I did my A-levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics (I did AS level German too but dropped that). It wasn’t all work and no play though, as I was part of the school orchestra and band whilst also participating in the school productions. I also did a variety of things outside of school, the most important of these being the work experience I undertook at the local hospital and hospice. The 2 years I spent at Crompton House doing my A-levels were the hardest and some of the most enjoyable years of my life so far.

I left Crompton House to study Medicine and Leicester University.

The hard work is worth it because everything you hear about how fun uni is, is completely true. Good luck with it all!

I'm Christian Robinson

I attended Crompton House through main school and Sixth Form. I left with an A* in Biology, a B in Chemistry and a B in Economics. I studied the Ernst & Young degree at Lancaster University in Accounting, Auditing and Finance.

I undertook an industrial placement year in London as part of this and was offered a job with the company at the end of my degree with a view to becoming a fully chartered accountant.

My name is Nicole Clark.

I left Crompton House Sixth Form 4 years ago.  Whilst in Sixth Form I studied Psychology, Sociology, Biology and General Studies for which I achieved three A*s and one A. I then went on to study Psychology at Lancaster University and achieved a 2:1. I undertook a PGCE in Secondary Psychology and qualified as a Psychology teacher!

I'm Hannah Robinson

I first thought about becoming a lawyer after a short work experience, through the school, at 15. As a result, I took mainly essay and humanities based subjects at GCSE and elected for A Levels in English Literature, History and Biology. I attained BBB which was enough to have me accepted at my first choice university.

I completed my Law degree at Lancaster University and graduated with a 2:1. Somewhere along the way I decided I wanted to be a solicitor rather than a barrister and consequently went straight to the College of Law to undertake the Legal Practice Course.

I graduated with commendation after one year and started to prepare for the world of work. I had been lucky enough to secure a Training Contract whilst I was still studying at the College of Law. I qualified as a solicitor and I specialise in Commercial Property Law.