Gap Students

Gap students contribute a tremendous amount to the daily workings of the school, and for the students.

  • Will Anderson

      From Scotch College, Melbourne.  Will enjoys snow skiing, swimming, sailing, cycling (mountain biking and road racing), film making, photography, and cars. He also plays the guitar. He is looking forward to travelling during the holidays.

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    • Devon Campleman

        From Bishops College, Cape Town, South Africa. Devon is a very competent sportsman and he enjoys most sports.  He met our tour party to South Africa (Paddy Wigan and Pippa Chapman) in 2016 when we trained at Bishops. He is looking forward to travelling with friends around Europe.

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      • Brad Evans

          Although from Zimbabwe, Brad has spent the last two years a student at Eastbourne College breaking all sorts of records on the cricket pitch. He is part of the Sussex Cricket Academy, and has played for Sussex 2nds. He wants to be a professional cricketer and needs to qualify for…

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        • Jo Hammond

            From Peterhouse School Zimbabwe.  Sister of Cal who was with us in 2013.  Jo is here for two terms before university in the UK.  She enjoys hockey, tennis, swimming and athletics but her main sport is rowing, having competed at the National Championships in South Africa. She is also plays…

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          • Ellie Reardon

              From All Saints Anglican School, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. She has been travelling for 1 month already: 3 weeks in USA and 1 week in Edinburgh for New Year. She enjoys musical theatre and most sports (and running), and is looking forward to more travel.

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            • Lily Tehan

                From Geelong College, Victoria, Australia.  Lily knows Ela (from last year) who was from the same school.  She enjoys swimming, tennis and netball, and has had lots of work experience on her father’s farm.

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