RGS student, Sophie Gunning, gained top marks nationally in her Geography A Level exam last summer. In recognition of this wonderful achievement, she received a coveted Excellence Award from the Royal Geographical Society
Girls at Cheltenham Ladies’ College have been celebrating their IB Diploma results having achieved an impressive average of 38 points, equivalent to all A* and A grades at A Level and significantly higher than the 2017 national average of 30 points.
Whilst their A level colleagues still have a few weeks to wait, Sixth Form students at Rossall School are celebrating after receiving the results of their international exams.
Philosopher and director of studies at Pembroke College Cambridge Dr Adrian Boutel joined an academic lunch at St Swithun’s and acted as starter for an inter-school philosothon competition.
In the year that the IB celebrates 50 years of delivering education for a better world, Ardingly College is celebrating another improvement in the IB grades achieved by its students.
Kent College offers both the IB Diploma for sixth form students as well as a more traditional programme of A levels. KC's average IB score this year was 37 points, which is likely to place Kent College amongst the top IB schools in the UK again.
Year 5 pupils at St Joseph’s In The Park Preparatory School became the youngest group to win the prestigious MegaStar Discovery CREST Award.
Girls from KEHS build their own robots from scratch and programme them to steer a course towards a prize box of chocolates - and perhaps for some, a career in Robotics.
Upper Sixth Bede’s Senior School pupil, Dylan Allenby-Ryan, won the South of England Show’s ‘Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers’ award for the best joinery in class for his A-Level project.
Bedford School and Mark Rutherford School Sixth Form students are working collaboratively on a pioneering and challenging research project that could help change the lives of children around the world.