We’re proud to report that Marwa Almadhi received a 2017 CIFE Award this April for her exceptional contribution to life at CATS London. She received the award from CIFE President Lord Lexden at a ceremony in the House of Lords.

Marwa was one of her year group’s outstanding academics and achieved four A grades at A level in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. She was also awarded an A for her Extended Project Qualification and won a place at University College London to study Biomedical Sciences. She wins this year’s CIFE College Prize not only for her academic achievements but also for being a highly responsible, articulate, caring and determined individual who contributed fully to life at CATS College.  She was well respected by her teachers and her peers and was voted Student Leader, a role which enabled her to engage with staff and represent students across a range of issues that affected the College community.

Marwa is pictured below after the awards ceremony with her family and CATS Principal Mario Di Clemente

Marwa with family and CATS Principal Mario Di Clemente