Excellent A-Level Results
St Saviour’s and St Olave’s is delighted to announce another excellent set of A level results. Early indications suggest that the school is likely to match its performance last year, the best in its history with AS results being the best ever. Amongst an array of fantastic results, there were some outstanding outcomes for individual students.
Emma Rahman (A*A*A*A*) will take up a place at Christ's College, Cambridge to study Natural Sciences and will be joined at the country’s best university by Hanen Ziad (A*A*A) who will study Philosophy at Trinity Hall. Ayesha Ahmed (AAA) will be going to Imperial College, London to study Medicine, Chelcie Ambrosio (A*A*A A) will begin undergraduate studies in Accounting and Finance at LSE whilst Yasmin Kudsi (A*AA) will study at Skidmore College in New York having secured a scholarship through the Fulbright Programme. The following students also achieved A* and A grades in all their subjects: Tasreen Rahman (A*A*A), Ore Abiona (A*AAA), Chloe Alexandrou (A*AA), Naomi Tunis (A*AA), Melody-Christine Nicholas-McCarthy (A*AA) and Courtnee Catnott (AAA).
The school is exceptionally proud of its support for students who have secured high profile apprenticeships after highly competitive selection processes. Molly Lane will begin work at the Bank of England, Annabel Wade beat off competition from thousands of applicants to secure a position at Deloitte and Chloe Funnell will shortly begin work at the city firm Newton Asset Management.
Headteacher, Catherine May, said:
“These results are fantastic, and a just reward for all the hard work of the girls and their teachers with the ongoing support of their families. We have girls going to the best universities and in to some of the most prestigious companies in the country. I am extremely proud of all of our girls, and I am confident they have the skills and talents along with these great qualifications to have very exciting futures ahead of them. I wish them every success.”
Head of 6th Form, John Breslin expressed his delight:
“This confirms our status as the best state school for girls in South London. Whether you are aiming for the best universities or the most prestigious industry placements, St Saviour’s girls have shown that with hard work and commitment, you can achieve these goals.”
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