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Isaac Hammond (2018 - 2020)

18 Jan 2021
Written by Louise Bignell
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Isaac Hammond
Isaac Hammond

I am very sorry to inform you that one of last year's Upper Sixth Students, Isaac Hammond, died suddenly last week. 

Isaac was an exceptionally bright young man who joined RGS as a Sixth Form boarder in 2018. He achieved A*s in all of his A Level subjects and went to study his true passion, Economics, at the University of Durham, where his death occurred.  Those who knew Isaac will recall not only an exceptional academic talent but also a great sense of humour, passion and enthusiasm. I am sure you will join me in sending our heartfelt condolences to his parents in the sudden, grievous loss of their son. 

Philip Wayne, Headmaster

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