Hart Shaw and Westbourne School Link up for a Fourth Year

28th July 2014

Hart Shaw, the Sheffield based Chartered Accountants & Business Advisers has continued its sponsorship of the Maths award at Westbourne School's end of year prize giving ceremony for a fourth year.

The Hart Shaw Cup for Mathematics was awarded to James Richardson who has achieved a high level of excellence in the subject throughout the 2013-2014 academic year. This year's awards ceremony took place at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, with Christopher Brown, Business Recovery Partner at Hart Shaw and former Westbourne student Adam Shield representing Hart Shaw at the event. Christopher Brown comments: -It is great to see this year's event held at the Crucible, which really highlights the success the school is having year on year. We have been supporting WestbourneSchool with sponsorship of their Maths award for four years now and we have seen this ceremony go from strength to strength. -It is pleasing to see such desire from the students at Westbourne, who will now be making key decisions on which path their careers may lead. John Hicks, Headmaster at Westbourne School adds: -We are delighted with our association with Hart Shaw and their support in sponsoring this Maths prize. -James is in our Scholarship Class and has worked incredibly hard throughout his Westbourne career. Alongside the rest of our top set, he has been studying for the Level 2 Certificate in Further Mathematics in addition to his GCSE, and is expected to gain an outstanding grade in both qualifications. -Our more able pupils regularly enjoy success in national Maths challenges and after the completion of their Maths GCSE exams, go on to study Mathematics at Sixth Form and university level.

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