Oxted School says it is delighted that its students have secured another set of very pleasing ‘A’ level results with over 15% A* A, 42% A*-B, 71% A*-C and 97% A*-E.
This year nine subjects have performed in the top 25% of schools nationally.
The school is very proud of the range of successes which reflects its broad curriculum including from the following faculties: Arts, Social Sciences, Science, English and Modern Foreign Languages.
Exceptional results were achieved by many individual students which will enable them to progress onto a wide range of courses and universities including: Iona Anderson with A*A*A*A who will now study Natural Sciences at Durham as will Elliot Myers, who also gained A*A*A* A.
Rhianna Howard with A*A* A will attend Kings College London to study Psychology, Stephanie Fisher with A*A* A will be going to Bath to study Sports Sciences, Bethany Phillips with A A B is looking forward to attending Southampton to study Psychology and Barnaby Stott with A A B will be studying Accountancy at Nottingham University.
Nicola Euridge, headteacher, said: ‘We are thrilled for our students as their results will enable them to progress on to either university or an apprenticeship. They, their teachers and parents should be congratulated. As a year group they have supported and encouraged each other to achieve; we wish them all the very best in their future endeavours’.
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