Fareham Academy Alumni
We are extremely proud of all of our students' achievements here at Fareham Academy, both past and present, and feel very strongly about the importance of knowing how our ex-students are doing once they have left us.
Gemma left Fareham Academy in 2005 and went on to work in retail. She later returned to education at City College Southampton, where she completed an Access course to teaching including Sociology and Biology. Gemma continued her education at the University of Chichester where, after three years, she qualified as a primary school teacher.
As of writing this, Gemma has been teaching for eight years and she recently transferred to teach at a Special Educational Needs school.
Latasha left Fareham Academy in 2015 and went on to study Art and Design at Fareham College. She studied this for a year, finishing with a High Merit grade. During her second year at Fareham College, Latasha studied Media Studies, again finishing with a High Merit grade. During her final year at college, Latasha applied for university and was offered unconditional offers to all five which she applied to. As of writing this, Latasha is heading into her final year at the University of Winchester where she will graduate in July 2023 with a degree in Film Studies and Screenwriting.
Latasha was also nominated for Best Original Screenplay in her first year of Media Studies in 2016.
Leah left Fareham Academy in 2016 and went on to study Sport Science at South Downs College. She later attended the University of Bath, where she completed a degree in Sports Science and began a Masters in Biomechanics.
Leah received a scholarship during her degree, allowing her to gain additional qualifications including Sports Massage and Personal Training. This also gave her the opportunity to give talks at scholarship events attended by mentors and donors.
Leah’s career goal is to work within Formula 1 as a Driver Performance Coach.
Reuben left Fareham Academy in 2018 and went on to study Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computing at Peter Symonds College, achieving three A* at A level and an A at AS level. As of writing this, Reuben is entering into his third year of studying Maths at the University of Nottingham. Reuben achieved a scholarship for his first year there.
Ria left Fareham Academy in 2016 and went on to study Performing Arts and Health & Social Care at Fareham College, achieving D* D* D* and A* respectively. After finishing her college education, Ria began work as a Teaching Assistant specialising in Science. She also performs in a variety of amateur dramatic societies.
Ria recalls her time at Fareham Academy with fondness, saying; “I loved my time at Fareham Academy. All the staff were so supportive and wanted to help me achieve my best. I will always be grateful to have such fond memories of secondary school.”
Sarah left Fareham Academy in 2017 and went on to study an apprenticeship in Pharmaceutical Science. She now works at Queen Alexandra Hospital as a Urology Cancer Care Coordinator looking after and supporting men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Sarah has an NVQ Level 2 in Pharmaceutical Science and Knowledge of Drugs. She also worked in the Queen Alexandra Hospital pharmacy before moving to the Urology team.
Tommy left Fareham Academy in 2018 and went on to study Physics, Maths and Computer Science at Barton Peveril Sixth Form College, where he received three As at A-level. As of writing this, Tommy is about to enter his third year of a master’s degree at the University of Southampton studying Physics.
While at university, Tommy achieved a First Class classification in both his first and second years. He achieved his highest grade of 94% in the Quantum Physics module. Tommy was also selected for the ESA/ELGRA Gravity-Related Research Summer School 2022, hosted in Belgium.
William left Fareham Academy in 2019 and went on to study Aeronautical Engineering at CEMAST, where he achieved A*, A*, A. As of writing this, William is studying MEng Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Brighton, with aims of one day working in Formula One.
William also represented the Welsh Exiles rugby academy.