Former Chepstow School Student Inspires Learning at Oxford University

We were delighted to hear, this week, of the phenomenal success of Rhiannon White, one of our former students who went on to study Experimental Psychology at Pembroke College, Oxford.
 
In an article published online, Oxford University stated:
 

The Part I examinations in Experimental Psychology comprise 10 compulsory papers on topics such as Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience, Language and Cognition, Social Psychology, Perception and Experimental Design and Statistics.

Rhiannon received marks over 70 (first class standard) in each of her 10 papers – a very rare achievement – making her the second highest performing student in Part I of the Honour School of Experimental Psychology across Oxford University.

To commend her results, Rhiannon has been awarded the Proxime Accessit for the Weiskrantz Prize in Psychological Studies.

The full article can be read at:
 
 
We are immensely proud of Rhiannon and know she has an exceptionally bright future ahead of her. She truly is an inspirational role model to all learners at Chepstow School.
 
Ms Thomas
Head of 6th Form