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Millwood Designer Homes honours Hillview and Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar students

Two talented youngsters have had their achievements recognised by house-builder Millwood Designer Homes.

Each year for the past decade, Millwood has presented an "encouragement pack" to high achieving secondary school students in Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.

Rob Sisley with Jasmine Etuate formerly of Hillview School for Girls
Rob Sisley with Jasmine Etuate formerly of Hillview School for Girls

This year Jasmine Etuate, from Hillview School for Girls in Tonbridge, and Ruby Llewellyn, from Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar School, each received an engraved trophy, a £50 book token, and a £50 cheque, for their outstanding school achievements.

Millwood’s finance director Rob Sisley made the awards.

At Hillview, curriculum leader Cavan Pledge said: “Jasmine studied fine art and textile design A Level and BTEC Science.

"Over the past two years, she became one of our most creative students.

"The enthusiasm and energy that she put into her work was inspiring for both her peers and younger students."

Rob Sisley ith Ruby Llewellyn formerly of Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School
Rob Sisley ith Ruby Llewellyn formerly of Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School

Jasmine is now studying art and design at East Sussex College in Hastings.

Linda Wybar, the head teacher at Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar, said: “We are delighted that Ruby's outstanding achievement in A Level Geography has been rewarded. She worked incredibly hard."

Ruby is now studying Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough University.

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