Two thirds of grades secured by Reigate Grammar School (RGS) students are at A* and A, and 90% of grades are at A*-B. The average grade profile is AAA and the school has record value-added progress scores.
Two years of dedicated A-Level study has paid off for John Lyon’s 2019 A-Level students, with every one of the 218 exams sat by 72 boys awarded a pass.
St Helen and St Katharine today celebrates the A-level success of an extraordinary group of young women.
Sixth Formers from West Buckland School, in North Devon, have achieved an average UCAS score of 144 in their A-level results, equivalent to three As.
St Mary’s Calne girls have achieved some excellent A Level results, with 64% of the entries graded A*-A, an impressive 21% graded A* and 43% of the girls being awarded all A*/As, with all of the girls who held Oxbridge offers securing their places.
Girls at St George’s School in Ascot are celebrating today after achieving excellent A Level results. Many individual pupils gained outstanding grades as well as entrance to top universities in the UK and overseas with 35% of results graded A*-A, against a national backdrop of 25.5% A*-A.
Bedford Girls' School is celebrating the success of its Upper Sixth examination results with over 45% of all entries (A Level and International Baccalaureate Diploma combined) achieving A*-A grades.
Students at Lady Eleanor Holles School, Hampton celebrated this morning as they collected an outstanding set of A level results, with the vast majority gaining their first-choice university offer.
Malvern St James is delighted to announce this year’s A Level results. As with previous years, there has been a strong performance in STEM subjects, with almost 50% of the year group intending to study STEM-related courses at university.
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Sixth Form pupils at UCS in Hampstead celebrated achieving the school’s second best ever results at A-Level. Well over half the cohort, a staggering 84 pupils, each achieved at least three A or A* grades!
Iwan Hadfield has won a bronze medal for Great Britain at the World Rowing Junior Championships.
Pupils from Bromley High Junior School attended a showcase event at the British Film Institute in London last month, for a private screening of their film which was a finalist in the primary category of the 2019 Childnet Film Competition.