Whilst studying at Langley Grammar School, Oliver Way was supported by Berkshire Sensory Consortium as he has a moderate hearing loss. We recently received the following email from his parents and are delighted that they allowed us to share Oliver's success story. We wish him all the best at University.
"We are very proud of his achievements - he has come a long way from that shy boy you met in Year 7! Oliver got an A* in Maths and an A in both History and Physics, exceeding his target grades in all subjects. This is testimony to his hard work and commitment as exams and studying don't come easy to him.
During his 2 years in the sixth form he also achieved his Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award(now waiting to go to St James Palace for the formal presentation) and was part of the senior Prefect team at Langley.
Oliver has just started his first year at Loughborough University studying Accounts and Finance, having undertaken work experience at some of the big accounting firms last summer to see if this was the right career for him. He is a keen 1500m runner and chose the university for its amazing sports facilities.
Thank you so much for all you have done for him over the years, Sarah. You have certainly played a big part in his success and undoubtedly helped to build his confidence at crucial moments throughout his school years.
Sarah and Rooven"