Psychology Prize 2006

Emily Ackroyd has been awarded the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation Psychology prize. The prize is presented each year in memory of ex-York College student, Caroline Stuttle, who was murdered during her gap year in Australia (April 2002). Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, presented 18-year-old Jodie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens. Emily planned to study psychology at Leeds University and hoped to work in clinical psychology to try to understand people's problems.  

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Psychology Prize 2005

Corinne Hepworth has been awarded the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation Psychology prize. The prize is presented each year in memory of ex-York College student, Caroline Stuttle, who was murdered during her gap year in Australia (April 2002). Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, presented 18-year-old Jodie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens. Corinne wanted to study psychology at Manchester University when she won the prize.

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Psychology prize 2004

Alexandra Lloyd has been awarded the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation Psychology prize.  The prize is presented each year in memory of ex-York College student, Caroline Stuttle, who was murdered during her gap year in Australia (April 2002). Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, presented 18-year-old Jodie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens. Alexandra excelled throughout her time at college especially at psychology.

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Psychology Prize 2003

Amy Lee has been awarded the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation Psychology prize.  The prize is presented each year in memory of ex-York College student, Caroline Stuttle, who was murdered during her gap year in Australia (April 2002). Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, presented 18-year-old Jodie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens. According to her tutor, Amy was an outstanding student with a real affinity who would be an excellent psychology undergraduate when she started studying later that year at Manchester University. 

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Psychology Prize 2002

Elly Pegg has been awarded the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation Psychology prize. The prize is presented each year in memory of ex-York College student, Caroline Stuttle, who was murdered during her gap year in Australia (April 2002). Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, presented 18-year-old Jodie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens. Elly had planned a gap year before going to Sheffield University. She intended to work for the Children's Trust in Surrey for six months, and then spend a further six months working in Canada on a special needs project for the YMCA.

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