Former Capital students recent successesPosted on: 03/07/2017
Rasheed Graham graduated from Capital 6 in 2016 gaining a place at Loughborough University to study Air Transport Management. At the same time as studying for his exams, Rasheed was successful in securing two scholarships from the Fleet Air Arm and the Air League which will run alongside his degree to help him gain his glider pilot licence and private pilot licence.
Rasheed has kept in contact with Capital and sent a recent update to let us know that he has just received a fully funded Light Aircraft Pilots License from the Duke Of Edinburgh, Prince Philip.
He has also received the Dehavilland Flying Trophy from Air Vice Marshal C Elliot for the first student to fly solo in 2017.
We are incredibly proud of Rasheed and look forward to more updates in the future.
We are delighted to announce that Farah Smith has won the Young Peruvian Chef of the Year competition. This is a nation wide competition which aims to provide young chefs with a deeper understanding of Peruvian ingredients and recipes. Farah will fly out to Lima, Peru for a week to train alongside Virgilio Martinez and his team at award-winning restaurant, Central.
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Laura Batchelor has recently graduated from Aberystwyth University achieving a First Class degree. She is now embarking on her next journey to complete a Masters in Mathematics at Exeter University. This is a amazing achievement and we wish her the best of luck!
We are also delighted to hear that Keyanne Farqueson has been accepted onto a degree course at UEL to study Dance. Many congratulations!