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Inspiring tales from former Worth students

Mon, Oct 19th, 2020
Worth School

Former Worth students regularly record outstanding achievements or perform incredible feats and now a 2017 leaver is delighted to tell us about a product she created which has been hailed as the best of its kind by Tatler magazine.

Isabella Lee, who was in St Anne’s, set up her own skin hygiene company during lockdown whilst still at university and it has now been hailed ‘the best hand sanitiser’ by Tatler.

Last week we brought news of Dr Matthew Knight, a 1998 leaver, who had been awarded an MBE in The Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours for his extraordinary work during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, Alice Robinson has performed an incredible feat of a different kind. Alice, a 2015 leaver, took part in her first marathon in June 2019 and remarkably finished first senior female despite no prior training. She then did 10 marathons in 10 days in March this year. Now she has doubled her marathon count by completing a staggering 20 ultramarathons in 20 days in August, followed by a marathon and the two half-marathons in the next three days.

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