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Success and celebration at Redmaids' High today

Lily Bickers, Isla Waring (Cambridge) and Romilly Leech, Georgia Watts and Tilly Guthrie (Cambridge)

Redmaids’ High School is today celebrating the success of its Year 13 students’ A Level and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma results including a total of five girls who are heading off to Oxford or Cambridge.

Lily Bickers who gained three A*s and an A, and Isla Waring who gained 43 points in the IB Diploma are off to Cambridge.

Starting at Oxford are Romilly Leech, also an IB student with 39 points, and Georgia Watts and Tilly Guthrie who gained three A*s, and an A*AA respectively at A Level.

Tilly, who will be reading history at Oxford, says she owes her place to her teachers: “The support I’ve received couldn’t have been any better. I don’t think I would have made it without their belief in me.”

Aisha Adelopo, who earned an A*and two As, securing her place at the University of Liverpool to study Medicine echoed Tilly’s sentiments. “The teachers give you some serious tough love! When I felt like giving up or didn’t think I could do it, they never stopped telling me that I could. Their encouragement and support goes above and beyond.”

As well as these successes, Redmaids’ High is celebrating students going off to study a diverse range of subjects at top UK and overseas universities, starting the next exciting chapter in their lives.

  • Christie-Carol Beauchamp, A*AAB is going to LSE to study economics
  • Georgia Scott who got straight A*s is going to Manchester to study philosophy and criminology
  • Lily Huang who got A*BB is starting a film practice course at the University of Arts London
  • Rosanna Boxall, ABB, is heading to Birmingham to study biological sciences
  • Isabella Harrison-Wan got A*AA to secure her place at the University of Bath studying psychology
  • Eleni Psarros is reading geography at Edinburgh after gaining 39 points in the IB
  • Alya Martens Malik's 37 points earned her a place at Manchester to study biotechnology
  • Neha Mehta, who got AAB, has been offered a place at Birmingham to study dentistry
  • Anesu Matanda-Mambingo is taking bioengineering at Sheffield after getting 33 IB points

The school is also delighted for Ellie Wallace, who achieved A*AA. She continues her higher education at the University of San Francisco where she has been awarded a full Athletics Scholarship, and has plans to study Marketing.

Headmistress, Isabel Tobias said: “I am delighted for our girls who have done tremendously well today. It is testament to their individual hard work and the wonderful, supportive relationships with their teachers, who have been equally excited to see them opening their envelopes this morning.”

For the girls collecting AS results today, 41% of all entries were at A grade (the top grade available) and 66% were at Grade A or B.

A Level Results 2017 

IB Results 2017

Combined A Level and IB Results

Date Posted: 17 August 2017
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