Four students who attend LVS Ascot on Licensed Trade Charity educational sponsorships celebrated their A-level results on Thursday 16th August.
One of the aims of the charity is to provide an excellent education, and it has been running schools for over 200 years. The educational sponsorships allow people who work in the drinks trade to gain places for their children at independent all-ability LVS Ascot, owned and operated by the Licensed Trade Charity.
Ian Dunlop, whose parents Alec and Hilary run the Barmy Arms pub in Twickenham, has been at LVS Ascot since he was 7 years old, and his A-level results helped him win a place at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute in London. Thanks to his 11-year education at LVS Ascot he will now go on to study a 3-year music production degree.
His mother Hilary said: “We sent Ian’s older sister Sophie to LVS Ascot also on an educational sponsorship, and she now has a degree and hopes to study a Master degree next. She loved the school and we were so impressed with it that we applied for a similar sponsorship for Ian.” His father Alec added: “LVS Ascot has turned Ian into a really well rounded individual. He and his friends there have become such confident young people.”
For more information on our educational sponsorships, please click here.