Schools: King's School, Canterbury
Thursday 02 June 1994
KING'S SCHOLARS: Emily Perkin, Holmewood House; Thomas Pickering, Wellesley House; Julia Wharfe, Junior King's School; Anthony Burton, Wellesley House; Jennifer Dutton, Dulwich College Preparatory School, Cranbrook; Jessica White, Trevor Roberts; Oriana Fox, Vinehall; Mark Wharton, Junior King's School; Charlotte Tydeman, Cottesmore School; Ivo Neame, Junior King's School; Madeleine Tyler, Alleyn's School, Dulwich; Leonora Dawson-Bowling, Junior King's School; Simon Jennings, St Ronan's; Aliocha Delmotte, Vinehall; Charlotte Inglis, Windlesham House School; Rebecca Potter, Junior King's School; Benjamin Carey, Holmewood House. MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS: Thomas Carter, Brighton College Junior School; Jennifer Dutton, Dulwich College Preparatory School, Cranbrook; Emily Hague, Junior King's School; Ivo Neame, Junior King's School; Polly Redman, Northbourne Park School; Charles Rice, Holmewood House; Caroline Ritchie, The Prebendal School; Cressida Trew, Vinehall. ART SCHOLARSHIPS: Philippa Bird, Marlborough House School; George Williams, Dulwich College Preparatory School, London.
SIXTH FORM: King's Scholarship: Delphine Strauss, Lady Eleanor Holles School. Hoffman Scholarships: Venetia Taylor, Woldingham School; Timothy Gomersall, King's School, Canterbury. OKS Scholarship: Jennifer Gray, James Allen's Girls' School. Music Scholarships: Jennifer Barnes, James Allen's Girls School; Anna Cook, Ardingly College; Elizabeth Kinross, Streatham Hill and Clapham High School. Cleary Art Scholarships: Jessica Potter, King's School, Canterbury; Ben Smith-Laing, King's School, Canterbury; Alex Gort-Barten, King's School, Canterbury.
There will be an Open Day for prospective 13 + pupils on Friday 1 July and for Sixth Form pupils on Saturday 8 October 1994. Details may be obtained from: The Headmaster's Secretary, The King's School, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2ES.
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