Harry studied A Levels in Business, Media, and Sociology. At the time of writing he was Marketing Officer at Manchester School of Art (Manchester Metropolitan University).
Harry described his college years as, “The stage of life when you begin to take more responsibility for your own flourishing and development, a place to follow your own educational desires and to express yourself.
He told us his favourite part of college was the people he met – “Men and women; Black, White and Asian – you learn that the world is larger than the boundaries of your secondary school.
My time at Derby College helped me to zero in on both what I wanted to do, and what I had an aptitude for. It allowed me to feel like I was directing my own progression, and my tutors viewed me as a capable young adult as opposed to a child.”