Molly joined Blundell’s in Year 12 from a local state secondary school as a Full Academic Scholar. She is a bright, perceptive and unassuming student and since arriving has been totally committed to studying her three A Level subjects; English, History and Spanish. Whilst in the sixth form, whether it be at school or studying at home through lockdown, Molly has really enjoyed seeking out intellectually challenging opportunities such as researching her very unique EPQ title ‘How fair is the treatment of women in the Sharia Councils of England and Wales?’ and composing a Politics essay for which she was awarded a commendation in the R A Butler Prize with Trinity College Cambridge. Molly’s balanced outlook in life comes from being involved in a range of activities within school, whether it be taking part in charity work or swimming in her spare time. Molly is excited about her offer to study Law at Cambridge and to take advantage of all the opportunities that life in this fantastic city will bring. We wish her the best of luck.