SCHOOL NEWS: Amazing work by Robert Blake Science College head girl
AN EXCEPTIONAL Bridgwater student has sensationally achieved a First Class distinction for her university dissertation that has just been published.
Klaudia Redwelska, aged 15, the head girl at Robert Blake Science College, has incredibly had her article published on marine biology in a national magazine.
And she got rave reviews from her tutor who said it was First Class Degree standard.
Klaudia’s 2,000-word work on the Scholar’s Programme was entitled “How Might Ocean Acidification Affect Marine Organisms By The Year 2030?”
And it was published alongside just 45 others across the UK.
She had been working with Exeter and Bristol Universities as part of the Scholar’s programme.
The report said Klaudia was an exceptional student and added: “Klaudia’s work was of a better quality than many I have seen at an undergraduate level and throughly deserved the First Class grade it received.”
Now Klaudia, who came to England from Poland when she was just four years of age, plans a career in medicine and biology.
She said: “I am really happy and very proud to have achieved this.”
Robert Blake Science College eadteacher Deb Loveridge said: “This really is an exceptional achievement. We are very proud of Klaudia.”
PHOTO – TOP: Student Klaudia Redwelska with Robert Blake Science College head teacher Deb Loveridge.
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