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Notting Hill & Ealing High School students celebrate A level success

A Level students at Notting Hill & Ealing High School (NHEHS) are celebrating great A level grades with 26% at A*, 66% graded A* or A and 90% A* to B.

Three students achieved A*A*A*A*, while four students achieved A*A*A*.

Students will be off studying a wide variety of subjects next year across the UK and around the world. Among the subjects and places in the UK are: Material Science at Oxford, Medicine at UCL, Law at Leeds, Engineering Design at Bristol and Linguistics at Manchester.

Flying out of the country, will see students study Psychology at McGill in Canada, Engineering at Cornell, New York and English at Trinity College, Dublin.

Over 80% of students gained a place at their first choice destination.

Matthew Shoults, headmaster at NHEHS said: “These results are testament to the industry and energy shown by our students, and the enthusiasm and support from their teachers.”

He added: “In the face of much negative press rhetoric about the challenges facing this cohort nationally because of the Covid period, they have been undaunted in their ambitions. It is inspiring to see the wide range and destinations of courses they will be pursuing in the years ahead.”

Head Girl, Charlotte Pons, who will going to the University of Bristol to read Engineering Design with study in industry said: “I’m so grateful for the support I’ve received from NHEHS. All the teachers have believed in me, given me support and extra sessions, and helped me grow in confidence to get this result today. I am relieved to have got into my first choice of university and excited about the next phase of my education.”

Charlotte added: “The school helped me find the course – it’s tailored for me and absolutely perfect. I’ll be sad to leave NHEHS though – it’s a lovely supportive community and I’ll keep in touch with classmates and teachers.”

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