Christ's Celebrates A Level Success
Christ’s School, Richmond is once again celebrating A Level exam success.79% of students got A*-C grades with an overall pass rate of 99%, which represents an increase on 2016. There were particular successes in Chemistry, Physics and Further Mathematics. These excellent results mean that 98% of our students will be studying at university, with over 90% going to their preferred choice.
In only the second year of A Level results for Christ’s School we are delighted that our outgoing head girl, Sophie Fenton, will be heading to Cambridge to study Human, Social and Political Sciences.
Christ’s Sixth Form students will be heading off to top universities across the country. 24% of our students are off to Russell group universities including University of Exeter, University of Bristol and Kings College London.
Commenting on the results, Matthew Morris, Head of Sixth Form at Christ's School said "I would like to congratulate all of our students. We are delighted with their achievements. It is particularly pleasing to see Sophie Fenton heading to Cambridge. These results are a credit to our students’ hard work, the quality and commitment of all of our staff and the strong relationships that exist between our students and staff".
“In addition to Sophie, we are particularly delighted with the outstanding results of Nancy Lu who achieved 1 A*grade, 2 A grades and 2 B grades, Tom Bermingham with A* and 2 A grades who will study Civil Engineering at the University of Nottingham and Issy Urquhart with 3 A grades studying Geography at the University of Bristol.
Commenting on her success, Sophie said “I’m delighted that all of my hard work has paid off. I’ve had a fantastic time in my seven years at Christ’s and can't wait to start the new chapter of my education at Cambridge”. Nancy added that she was “delighted. The support from the school and teachers has been amazing”.
Alison Greenwood, Chair of Governors at Christ’s School applauded the efforts and hard work of the students, staff and governors and thanked parents for their continued support for the school and their children’s education.