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ONs return to inspire English students

ONs Will Roddy and Morgan Gill came to talk about their university experiences studying English.

Two ONs who are studying English at university returned to Adams to explain to the current Lower Sixth English set about the joys and challenges of studying English at university. Will Roddy is studying at Oxford University whilst Morgan Gill is at York University. They were invited by Matthew Skeate, Assistant Head Pupil Engagement. If there are other ONs currently at university who are able to come in and talk about their course then Mr Skeate would very much like to hear from them.

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