On this page we celebrate our past students success in what they are currently doing.
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Marriotts would like to congratulate former student Jack Dingley on his amazing success in becoming a barrister. Jack was one of only 8 people (out of 45 in his year) to pass the bar exams on the first occasion.
Jack studied at Marriotts from 2003 -2010, taking A Levels in English Literature; Government and Politics; and History.
From Marriotts Jack went onto University of Lincoln to study Law and has since (whilst studying for the bar exams) been representing those seeking Asylum in the Leeds area. He intends to find pupillage in a chambers specialising in Human Rights.
We are all very proud of Jack and wish him every success in the future.
Studied at Marriotts from 2001 until 2008. After achieving an A grade in English Literature, Michael progressed onto an LLB(hons) degree at the University of Reading. Having gained a 1 st class honours degree, Michael then undertook an internship representing inmates on death row in Mississippi.
Michael is currently completing his Masters degree at Oxford University.
Studied A’ level Media at Marriotts from 2004-
She progressed to study a BA Hons degree in Media at Chichester University and after some time as a teaching assistant and cover supervisor in another school, Jade decided to take up teaching and returned to the Marriotts Family!
Studied at Marriotts between 2001 and 2008. She progressed on to study a BA Hons and an MA in English Literature at Brunel University.
She has just completed a PGCE at Homerton College, Cambridge University and is soon to begin teaching at a school in Cambridge. First, Amandeep is planning a 7 week teaching placement in schools in India as part of the Helga Todd Award with Cambridge University.
Studied at Marriotts from 2006-
Has just completed her course at Marriotts and having studied A’level English Literature she is now moving on to study a BA hons degree in English Literature at University of Nottingham in September.
Ex Students who have joined the Army
The Corps of Royal Engineers is unique with all our “Sappers” being multi skilled soldiers, combat engineers and tradesmen working alongside all parts of the Army. They play a vital role in the effectiveness of the British Army and the United Kingdom in both peacetime and on Operations. Sam is currently on tour in Afghanistan. Sam left Marriotts in 2007
We form Her Majesty The Queen’s ceremonial Saluting Battery and are stationed at Woolwich, London. Known as ‘The Troop’ we are a mounted unit and all of our soldiers are superb equestrians trained to drive a team of six horses that pull the First World War ‘thirteen pounder’ state saluting guns.
We are an integral part of the Household Troops. Our duties include the firing of Royal Salutes in Hyde Park on both Royal Anniversaries and State Occasions, and providing a gun carriage and team of black horses for State and Military funerals. The Troop perform the duties of the Queen’s Life Guard at Horse Guards for one month each year. Woolwich is home to 111 horses. King’s Troop men and women are trained as fighting soldiers. We have six men or women deployed in Afghanistan at any one time. Lewis left school in 2007.
The Rifles is a forward-
James has spend time out in the Helmand province in Afghanistan during 2011 and 2012.
James left school in 2005.
The Poachers are the 2nd Battalion of The Royal Anglian Regiment, a Light Role Infantry Battalion that recruits from Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Rutland. The Poachers have just returned from Dhekelia, Cyprus, and are now based in Cottesmore, Rutland, ready for possible operations in Afghanistan in 2013. Lee is based at Cottesmore, Leicestershire and is going on tour to Afghanistan in September. Lee left Marriotts in 2004.
5th Battalion The Rifles (5 RIFLES) is currently the only Rifles Battalion that uses the Warrior Armoured Fighting Vehicle. With its awesome firepower, protection and speed it means it is always up at the front of the battle. It has proved itself on numerous operations including Iraq, Afghanistan and The Balkans. Being in an armoured infantry battalion is interesting, exciting and rewarding. Warrior has proven itself in recent conflicts and riflemen based in Paderborn will remain experts in armoured tactics working closely with tanks in an Armoured Battle Group. Aaron left Marriotts in 2007
The Rifles is a forward-