Jack Bradbury: Five A Levels, Cambridge and the Muamba moment

Education: Secondary / Wed 20th Aug 2014 at 10:45am

A HARLOW student is heading to Cambridge to study medicine and cites the moment footballer Fabrice Muamba had a heart attack at White Hart Lane as a key spur to his studies.

Jack Bradbury
Jack Bradbury, 18, has gained five A levels in Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Further Maths. He attained an A* in all of the subjects except for Further Maths.

Jack from Tany’s Dell was a student at Leventhorpe school in Sawbridgeworth.

Jack said: “I am very pleased with my results and looking forward to Jesus College, Cambridge in October.

“I have always wanted to study medicine. I undertook work experience at Princess Alexandra hospital as well as the Hamilton Practice in Bush Fair.

“But I was also at the Spurs v Bolton game in March 2012 when Bolton midfielder, Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch with a heart attack.

“I saw the cardiologist, Dr Andrew Deaner come onto the pitch from the stands. I saw the work the whole team undertook and I thought of all the areas of medicine, it is cardiology that I want to specialise in.”

Jack’s mother, Katy is clearly very proud of Jack’s achievements.

Katy said: “He has worked so hard for this and deserves all the credit. Sometimes we have had to persuade him to stop revising.

“We are all very proud of him.”

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