17th January 2005
EX-NUN TO GRADUATE WITH MASTERS DEGREE
former nun will be graduating next week with a masters
degree from the
Auckland (58) will graduate with a masters degree in
Social and Public Policy and Practice having formerly spent eight years as a
an Advanced Certificate in Learning Support at
Lettra also took a keen interest in brass instruments and has become a valued member of the Lincoln Beevor Band, in which she plays the tuba.
always dreamt of studying at university and her dream was fulfilled after she
was confirmed a place on her desired course at
“It was really rather extraordinary that I could enquire about a course and then be accepted onto it within half an hour. I have spoken to several other mature students at the university and no-one else seems to have been accepted with such ease.”
Lettra’s graduation concludes her fifth year of academic study at university, but she hasn’t finished yet – she will meet with academics later in the week to discuss the possibility of continuing her study with a PhD.
She aims to follow the works of the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship and its contributions to the schooling system.
She will receive her masters degree at Lincoln Cathedral at 11.30am on Wednesday 26th January 2005.
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