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Fourteen of our Uniformed Public Services students recently had the opportunity to take part in the official Naval Service Recruiting Test (NSRT), which is an important part of joining the Royal Navy. We were delighted that 13 of the 14 students passed! This particular test is designed to test the students' skills in reasoning, verbal ability, numeracy and mechanical comprehension.

Congratulations to the following students;

  • Cheyenne Barker - 1st year Level 2 student 
  • Aaron Gough - 1st year Level 2 student
  • Ashleigh Kendell - 1st year Level 3 student 
  • Elliott Clark - 1st year Level 3 student 
  • Charlie Johnson - 1st year Level 3 student
  • Szymon Dybalski - 1st year Level 3 student
  • Jack Head - 1st year Level 3 student
  • Danielle Newell - 1st year Level 3 student
  • Kende Lang-Miticzky - 2nd year Level 3 student 
  • Harry Labruyere - 2nd year Level 3 student 
  • Jack De La Haye - 2nd year Level 3 student (Aircraft Engineer)
  • Ryan McGrady - 2nd year Level 3 student (Royal Navy Police)
  • Melissa O'Leary - 3rd year Level 3 student

Cheyenne Barker hopes to join the Royal Navy as a PTI after completing College. Ashleigh Kendell and Elliott Clark both intend to train to become divers in the force. Jack De La Haye is seeking a career in the military as an Aircraft Engineer and Ryan Mcgrady wants to join the Royal Navy Police. By passing the Naval Service Recruiting Test now, this allows these students to jump to the next phase of the recruiting process as the test is valid for three years once passed. 

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