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Kirsty Bradbury

Previous School

Trinity Academy

Courses

IT, Media

"John Leggott College is the best institution in the area and I have never been so happy in my life. There are outstanding facilities in the media department, fantastic teachers and friendly students.

About Me

Kirsty aspires to work in the media and hopes to become a researcher in TV once she completes her college courses. On top of her examinable subjects Kirsty enjoys badminton, football and volleyball at JLC as well as volunteering and learning about PC maintenance and film art.

Student Destinations

Life After Leggott

 

This page is dedicated to our alumni members and is a celebration of achievements since leaving JLC. It is also a place to share memories and look for familiar faces among the profiles.

JLC students progress onto a whole range of courses and/or employment and we are really interested to hear about life after Leggott.

To add your profile to this page email alumni@leggott.ac.uk  with details and a photograph. Don’t forget to let us know if you need us to adjust profile information.

 

Alan Holmes

Which secondary school did you go to? John Leggott Grammar

When were you at JLC? 1970-1972

What subjects did you study? A-level Maths, Physics, Geography

What are you doing now? After JLC I went to Liverpool University to study Geophysics. I have been working as an oil and explorationist for most of my working life. 

What do you remember about JLC? I was at John Leggott Grammar School, and went straight into the College in one of its earliest years. It felt to me very much like an extension of school, though it must have changed a lot over the years.

Laura Davis

Which secondary school did you go to? Huntcliff

When were you at JLC? 2007-2009

What subjects did you study? A-level Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Product Design

What are you doing now? Nottingham University studying Maths with Engineering. Planning to do a summer placement at Corus following on from receiving the LISI (Lincolnshire Iron and Steel Institute) bursary.

What do you remember about JLC? Making groups of new friends as well as keeping in touch with the ones from secondary. The trip to the Humber Bridge with Physics and laughing at each other in the funny hats.

Nick Frost

Which secondary school did you go to? Huntcliff

When were you at college? 1997-1999

What subjects did you study? A-level Maths, Music, Media Studies and General Studies.

What are you doing now? Since 2006 I have been a producer, writer and programme editor for Five News.

What do you remember about JLC? Fantastic tutors in a place with a great atmosphere. A very modern-thinking college which created an ideal environment to learn and express yourself.

I am famous for…You'll often see my name on the credits of 'five news with Natasha Kaplinsky'  

Gayle Coldon

Which secondary school did you go to? Trent Valley

When were you at JLC? 2001-2003

What subjects did you study? AVCE Health and Social Care, As Psychology and General Studies.

What are you doing now? Community Engagement Officer for Liverpool PCT part of the NHS.

What do you remember about JLC? I loved my time at JLC, it prepared me for life at uni. It was the best two years of my life, uni didn’t even come close! A special thanks to Dave Linnell. What an amazing principal, hopefully JLC won’t forget him!

Carlyann Collins

Which secondary school did you go to? South Axholme

When were you at JLC? 2001-2003

What subjects did you study? A-level English (combinded) Media, Politics

What are you doing now? Working for The Pilgrim Hospital School for Lincolnshire County Council as Reintegration and Support Officer for teenage mothers.

What do you remember about JLC? Meeting Anne Widdecombe as part of the school council.

I am famous for…Being the Social Events Coordinator on the College Council 2002/03