Girls and boys at co-educational Alleyn’s in London have received a very strong set of results to maintain the School’s tradition of academic success.
We are so proud of our Year 13 students and of all that they have achieved in these most exceptional times. We are absolutely delighted that so many have secured first choice university places in a wide range of courses.
Students at St Mary's School have continued to achieve exceptional results, particularly bearing in mind their broad ability intake, with 22% of grades awarded at A* and 52% of grades awarded at A*-A: their best results at these grades since 2012.
The adaptability and strength of the Badminton School community has presented itself in the outcomes of this year’s A Level results.
This academic year, UCS pupils secured a new high-tide mark in the number of offers received from Oxford and Cambridge. This morning, a large number of pupils were delighted by their A-Level results and we congratulate them on their achievements.
Royal School pupils and staff celebrated the hard work and commitment of our pupils that have ensured outcomes are a real credit to them and we wish them every success.
West Buckland School celebrates a 100% pass rate at A-level this year, with some outstanding individual performances but the winners will be those who cope best with uncertain and disrupted process and come out with confidence and a positive attitude
On A level results day, a number of St Benedict's year 13 students came in to school to share their thoughts about this odd, but crucial, stage in their lives.
An unprecedented year for Upper Sixth students but Bishop's Stortford College is delighted to report that the vast majority of their Upper Sixth have gained places at a university of their choice.
Upper sixth students at St Swithun’s, Winchester are celebrating their success in gaining places at university in a year of unprecedented disruption and uncertainty around A level studies.
Today girls from The Mount School York are celebrating outstanding A Level results. The Mount Principal, Adrienne Richmond, congratulated the girls on their excellent results and all the hard work they completed amidst recent challenging times and the cancellation of public examinations.
The overwhelming majority of pupils at Talbot Heath school have been successful in attaining their first-choice university, including tennis star, Esther, who has secured a scholarship in America.