Michael Trubshaw: “Freemen’s shaped who I am”
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Sixth Former Michael Trubshaw is “relieved” and “happy” to have secured the grades to get into Nottingham to study Medicine.
“I was a bit worried I wouldn’t make it,” admitted Michael after receiving his results. “My confidence was knocked a bit in January, but I worked hard for the exams and I am happy.”
Michael says he is both “excited” and “nervous” to be heading to university, but credits Freemen’s for helping he be the person he is today.
“Freemen’s shaped who I am. I was not a good egg [before joining the school]. Mrs. Guest especially helped me concentrate on things that matter and to spend less time on things that don’t matter.”
After completing his exams, Michael and some Sixth Form friends made a film around the Freemen’s site, which will get its World Premiere on 12 September at the Leatherhead Theatre from 7pm.