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A-level results: Ravens Wood School, Bromley

PUBLISHED: 11:27 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:48 16 August 2018

Oscar Smith, Theo Smith, Henry Smith Matthew Simms. Picture: Ravens Wood School

Oscar Smith, Theo Smith, Henry Smith Matthew Simms. Picture: Ravens Wood School

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Students and staff at Ravens Wood School, Oakley Road, are delighted to report another set of pleasing results, despite significant reforms to another tranche of A-level subjects.

Avinash Murugan. Picture: Ravens Wood SchoolAvinash Murugan. Picture: Ravens Wood School

An impressive 523 qualifications were undertaken by students, with 18pc of all grades standing at A*-A, 42pc at A*-B and 73pc at A*-C.

The school’s overall pass rate (A*-E) increased from 97pc in 2017 to 98pc this year.

Among the notable achievements were the results of Max Jackson, who received A*s in chemistry, mathematics, further mathematics, further mathetics additional and physics.

Max will study mathematics at St. Andrew’s University.

Danny Cooke, Ogheneoruese Omoru. Picture: Ravens Wood SchoolDanny Cooke, Ogheneoruese Omoru. Picture: Ravens Wood School

Velizar Kirkow achieved three A*s in mathematics, further mathematics and physics, and will go on to study mathematics at Exeter University.

Anya Snowden also achieved three A*s in mathematics, further mathematics and psychology.

Anya has a place to study mathematics and statistics at Warwick University.

The school is delighted that so many students are now in the process of accepting places at some of the top universities in the country, as well as some of the highest quality apprenticeships.

Chris Allat, Joe Foyer, Tommy Freegard, Joshua Towell. Picture: Ravens Wood SchoolChris Allat, Joe Foyer, Tommy Freegard, Joshua Towell. Picture: Ravens Wood School

Headteacher Sally Spence has praised the achievements of students, and the dedication of staff: “It is a real pleasure to be able to report on some truly superb A-level results,” she said.

“Students and staff have adjusted remarkably well to the new challenges of reformed specifications to secure top grades in the toughest exam environment for many years”.

Deputy headteacher Lewis Clift, added: “Our Sixth Form students have once again set a terrific example, showing what is possible when hard work is combined with ambition.

“They leave us as effective learners, emerging leaders and above all, as true ladies and gentlemen of Ravens Wood School.

“We wish them all further success in their future endeavors.”


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