A Level Results 2015
A Level results 2015
St Saviour’s and St Olave’s is once again delighted to announce impressive A level results. Over 50% of grades are between A* and B, making this the fourth year in a row that this benchmark has been achieved. There was also a 100% pass rate. Within this array of fantastic results, there were some outstanding outcomes for individual students.
Samantha Hunter (A*A*AA) will take up a place at Imperial College, London to study Physics. Amongst a number of students securing places at Russell Group universities will be Emily Wong (A*AAA) who will study Psychology at University College, London, and Magdalene Kasshun who will be going to Southampton to study Medicine. The following students also achieved A* and A grades in all their subjects:
Franciska Howarth (A*AA), Larise Cummings (AAA), Dana Nurse (AAA)
Headteacher, Catherine May, said: “I am delighted with these results. They reflect the hard work of the girls and their teachers as well as the support of their families. We have girls going to the best universities and into some excellent opportunities in the world of work. I am proud that, in a relatively small 6th Form, girls have succeeded in an impressive range of academic subjects from Further Maths to Drama and from Modern Languages to Psychology. I am confident that they have, in addition to strong qualifications, the personal skills and qualities to make a difference in the world. I wish them every success.”
Head of 6th Form, John Breslin expressed his delight:
“This confirms my belief that 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. We are heavily oversubscribed for entry in September 2015 and this is testament to the outstanding reputation that our staff and students have established.”