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'Meet our students'- Will Harding-Terry

Pelham House student, Will Harding-Terry has a very busy schedule, as well as studying and completing his A-levels (P.E, Geography and Biology) he also plays for the England Counties Midlands U18 rugby team.

We caught up with the Sixth Form student to see what he gets up to in his limited spare time, as well as what he wants to do post-Worksop College.

When did you start at Worksop College?

I started in 2014 at the age of 13 as a Year 9 pupil.

What school did you attend before Worksop College?

Barlborough Hall School (Nursery - Year 6) Mount St Mary’s (Year 7 - Year 8)

Favourite subject?

My favourite subject at school is Biology, it is incredibly interesting and just as challenging, I believe it is important to have an understanding of our own bodies and those around us before we explore anything else. The processes of the body are extremely technical and thought-provoking.

Will celebrating his two 100% Biology tests

What is your favourite thing about Worksop College?

My favourite thing about Worksop College is that it provides an environment unlike other schools, an environment that promotes maturity and one that can develop a young person into an adult.

Will (on the left) plays in the school 1st XV rugby team as well as playing for England Counties Midlands U18 team
 
 

Any extra-curricular activities?

I play rugby on a regular basis to a high standard.

What are your plans after Worksop College?

I would like to go straight to University without a gap year - to preferably a Russell Group University such as Leeds or the University of Sheffield.

We want to get to know you better! - Quick-fire questions 

Something you can’t live without? The gym/my phone

What is your favourite TV Show? Little Britain

What is your favourite band/artist? XXXTENTACION/ Kendrick Lamar

Do you play any sports/musical instruments? Yes, rugby

What is your favourite food? Rump steak

Any hobbies outside of school? Relaxing!

If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and why? David Attenborough, because he has a cracking voice, he’s seen the world. He has seen how humans have affected those living on our planet, I could sit and watch Planet Earth for hours so I imagine I could do the same with him in the room.