2012 CIFE Awards at the House of Lords
At the 2012 ceremony in the House of Lords, Baroness Perry presented prizes to CIFE’s best students, and we won no fewer than seven of them.
David Hallam won the CIFE award for GCSE. David joined MPW from St Paul’s Boys’ School and took nine GCSE subjects over one year, achieving grades A*A*A*A*A*A*A*AA. He is currently in his lower-sixth year with us, studying Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics and Physics.
William Wadman received a CIFE Science Award. He joined MPW from Tonbridge School for our one-year A-level course. He achieved grades A*A* in Biology and Chemistry and is taking a gap year while he applies to study Medicine.
Edmund Speaight won a CIFE award for Humanities and English. Edmund came to us from Downside School for our one-year A-level course in Religious Studies, English and History. He achieved grades A*AA and is currently applying to read English at university.
Katie-Ann McGuigan received a CIFE award for Visual and Creative Arts. She came to MPW from Alexandra College in Dublin for a two-year A-level course. She achieved grades A*AA in Photography, Art and Textiles and won a place at Central Saint Martin’s College to study an Art Foundation course.
Bao Ngoc Le gained a CIFE Award for Social Sciences. She joined MPW from Vietnam for our two-year A-level course. She achieved grades A*A*A in Mathematics, Psychology and Economics and won a place to read Banking and International Finance at City University.
Rizwan Chaudhry won the CIFE Value Added Award. He joined MPW from St Dominic’s Sixth Form College, where he had achieved grades BCDD in History, Biology, Chemistry and Maths. He retook Biology and followed courses in History and Religious Studies A levels over a year. Rizwan achieved grades AAA* and is now reading Psychology at Durham University.
And finally, for all-round achievement Yusuf Blunt received a CIFE College Award. Yusuf joined MPW from Cambridge University to study a one-year A-level course in Biology and Chemistry. He achieved grades A*A* achieving full marks in five modules, and won a place at the University of Manchester to study Medicine.