Graduation Day itself was held at the impressive Town Hall in Oxford and consisted of a number of events including a musical concert with performances by students from both year groups.
The formal part of the day consisted of speeches and the presentation of awards where 120 students received their graduation certificates. Speeches were delivered by Paula Holloway, the College Principal, and Cormack Kirby, Vice Principal, Academic.
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