Eve heading for world eco role

By Liam Drury and Jill Dando News

Eve Croxford is on fast track to a top world career in conservation. 

The former The King Alfred School Academy student has hit great heights after leaving the Somerset school five years ago. 

She didn’t achieve any A grades at GCSE level during her time at the school but went on to achieve AAA grades in A level Biology, Chemistry and Psychology with the sixth form in 2017. 

Eve during her conservation work

Eve began to study zoology at The University of Sheffield three years ago, while also being passionate about outreach and conservation education. 

Eve has enjoyed an incredible year as a Research and Outreach Intern at The Cambodian Marine Mammal Conservation Project. 

Head of Sixth Form Jonathan Gaskell said: “Eve worked incredibly hard in the sixth form and she’s a great ambassador for us. Above all, Eve’s story is about working hard, taking your chances and following your passions.”