Psychology Prize 2011

York College student, Abbie Girling, 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. Caroline’s mother, Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, who set up the charity ‘Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation’ which aims to promote safety awareness for young travellers, presented 18-year-old Abbie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens.

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Psychology Prize 2010

York College student, Elin Box, 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. Caroline’s mother, Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, who set up the charity ‘Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation’ which aims to promote safety awareness for young travellers, presented 18-year-old Elin with a certificate and £50 of book tokens.

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Psychology Prize 2009

York College student, Jodie-Marie Toone, 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.

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Psychology Prize 2008

Helen Musgrove plans to have a gap year during which she will work and travel. The ex-Oaklands school pupil plans to go on to study psychology at Durham University, eventually hoping to become a psychotherapist. She had a strong commitment to the subject over the 2 years' study and was always well prepared and organised which was why her tutors chose her.

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Psychology Prize 2007

Emily Dunn, an ex-Millthorpe pupil who planned to study psychology as part of a Social and Political Science course at Kings College, Cambridge. She was chosen by her tutors because she connected very well with the nature of the material from the beginning of the course.

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