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Four students offered places to study at Cambridge

4 students have been offered places to study at Cambridge University after their A levels.

Head Boy Milo Callaghan (English, Education & Arts) from West Kirby and Matthew McNamara (Maths) from Oxton have offers from Queen's College, while Deputy Head Boy Rahman Al-Shabazz from Prenton has received an offer of a place at Corpus Christi College to study Engineering and Assistant Head Boy Patrick Burke from Claughton has an offer to read History at Gonville & Caius College.

Headmaster Simon Duggan is delighted by their success. He said "These boys have been outstanding students throughout their time at the College and stand out in a talented year group. They have displayed a genuine love of scholarship and thirst for learning and I am confident that they will flourish at one of the world's leading Universities."