Panamanian_AmbassadorPanamanian Ambassador to the UK visits King’s College Saint Michael to inaugurate the Victoria Scholarship for Panamanian students

The scholarship, offered by King’s Group, will enable a Panamanian student from a humble background to pursue their studies at King’s College Saint Michael’s.

During his visit, Ambassador Daniel Fabrega was given a tour of the school campus by Sir Roger Fry CBE, Chairman and Founder of the King’s Group and hosted a lively question and answer session with the Year 12 and 13 Business Studies and Economics students.

“We are enormously grateful to him for the time he took to meet our pupils and we very much look forward to welcoming a Panamanian scholarship pupil next September’,  College Principal Stuart Higgins commented.

King’s College Saint Michael’s was delighted to host a visit from the Ambassador of the Republic of Panama, Daniel Fabrega, this week. Ambassador Fabrega was at the College to inaugurate the Victoria Scholarship. The scholarship, offered by the King’s Group, of which Saint Michael’s is a part, will enable a Panamanian student from a humble background to pursue their studies at Saint Michael’s.

During his visit Ambassador Fabrega was given a tour of the school campus by Sir Roger Fry CBE, Chairman and Founder of the King’s Group, MJ Holloway OBE, King’s Group Board member and former British Ambassador to the UK and Stuart Higgins, Principal of King’s College Saint Michael’s.

The ambassador also had tea and scones with the school’s prefects and hosted a lively question and answer session with the Year 12 and 13 Business Studies and Economics students. To thank the ambassador for taking the time to visit the school, the students presented him with a hamper of locally produced food and drink, including Tyrrell’s crisps, Chase gin and Ludlow Gold beer.

This was the first time that Ambassador Fabrega had visited Worcestershire and he said that he was very impressed with the beautiful countryside and the local hospitality. ‘We were very privileged to host a visit from the ambassador. We are enormously grateful to him for the time he took to meet our pupils and we very much look forward to welcoming a Panamanian scholarship pupil next September’, commented College Principal, Stuart Higgins.