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Surrey schoolgirl impresses Lord Sugar to win BBC's Junior Apprentice 2011

PUBLISHED: 11:15 14 December 2011 | UPDATED: 12:07 28 February 2013

Surrey schoolgirl impresses Lord Sugar to win BBC's Junior Apprentice 2011

Surrey schoolgirl impresses Lord Sugar to win BBC's Junior Apprentice 2011

Watched by more than four million viewers, 16-year-old Surrey student Zara Brownless was crowned the winner of the BBC's Junior Apprentice 2011.

Watched by more than four million viewers, 16-year-old Surrey student Zara Brownless was crowned the winner of the BBC's Junior Apprentice 2011.


Scooping Lord Sugars top prize of 25,000, the A-level student is set to continue her education at Hurtwood House in Holmbury St Mary and then university, before developing her already-existing film production company, which focuses mainly on charities.


"Zara is an unbelievably resourceful and talented student and if she took over the running of the school tomorrow I am sure that she has the sureness of touch and the charm to do a much better job than I do, says headmaster at Hurtwood House, Cosmo Jackson. We are very, very proud of her."


Zara beat 30,000 other young students from all over the UK.

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