Students ‘give something back’ by helping younger generations in Horsham schools

Pupils at colleges across the region have benefited from a team of older student ambassadors helping them make informed decisions about their post-16 options.
Collyer's students and alumni ambassadorsCollyer's students and alumni ambassadors
Collyer's students and alumni ambassadors

After two years as college ambassador, Collyer’s student Becca Inglis-Taylor, pictured second left, supported her last event at the post-16 planning fair at Millais school in Horsham.

She was part of a group of students returning to secondary schools in the area, volunteering their spare time to help the next generation make informed choices.

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The team also included current ambassadors Belle Whittle and Jacob Tasker. Returning to their old school, alumni ambassadors Molly Moss, in her final year of a pharmacy degree, and recent maths graduate Megan Longdon presented an assembly with deputy principal Steve Martell.

Becca Inglis-Taylor said being an ambassador was an opportunity to ‘give something back’. She said: “Collyer’s has been brilliant for me and it’s been a privilege to talk to pupils and parents about the opportunities I’ve had. I wish Bella and Jacob, the first year Collyer’s ambassadors, every success with the rest of the team this autumn. I will certainly miss it.”

Richard Rothwell, director of admissions and marketing at the college, who helped to run the Collyer’s stand, said: “Huge thanks go to the Collyer’s ambassadors, who share a passion to help the next generation understand the road into further education. They are studying subjects right across the broad range offered at Collyer’s, so they have wonderful insight.”

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