The A Level results conclude a strong exam season for Teddies Sixth Formers with half of all grades awarded at A*A or Levels 6/7 and over 80% A*-B or Levels 5-7. The vast majority of our pupils have now been able to confirm their place at top universities in the UK and overseas.
The following pupils are to be congratulated on exceptionally good results in their A Levels:
Jamie Curtis, A*A*A*A, Geography, Oxford
Edmund Elvidge, A*A*A, Business and Accounting, Exeter
Sirawich Arjparu, A*A*A, History, destination tbc
Will Kelley, A*A*B, History, Exeter
Georgia Heath, A*AA, destination tbc
Louis Landra, A*AA, Geography, Leeds
Jamie Chen, A*AA, Law with German Law, Oxford
Harvey Elvidge, A*AA, Economics and Finance, Exeter
Willy Wongkittiruk, A*AA, Computer Science with Management, King’s College London
James Cox, AAA, Physics, Manchester
Richard Fuest, AAA, destination tbc
Hugh Rayner, AAA, History, Edinburgh
Rory Saldanha, AAA, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Bath
As ever at Teddies, our pupils demonstrate a wide range of academic interests. Florrie Pollen, A*AB, will study Fine Art with History of Art at Leeds; Nicolas Moisy, AAB, Economics at Bath; Emily Smart, A*AB, English and Theatre Studies at Warwick; Luke Valentine, A*AB, History at Edinburgh; Ella Davis, A*AB, Acting for Live and Recorded Media at UCEN Manchester; Henry Iliffe, ABB, Ancient History at Edinburgh; and Huda Khalaf, ABB, Biochemistry at Edinburgh
The IB Diploma results, which were released on Friday 6th July, have been collected by the largest ever cohort of pupils at St Edward’s. Representing 50% of the year group, the 77 pupils opting for the programme in 2017-2018 produced a strong set of results. 85% of all Higher Level grades were at the top end at Levels 5 – 7, whilst 57% of HL grades were at the highest Levels of 6 – 7.
Jack Riddick, who scored 44 out of 45 and will read Philosophy at St Andrews, was one of 12 to score 40 points or more this year. You can read a summary of the IB Diploma results for 2018 by clicking here and more details will be released later in the summer.
Please note that destinations listed are based on the latest information available. Plans often change, so please do notify the School of any inaccuracies via email@example.com
The GCSE results for 2018 were announced on 23rd August, with 85% A*-B grades and more than 1,300 papers taken. A more detailed summary will follow soon.
For further information about the academic programme at St Edward’s, please email Matthew Albrighton, Deputy Head Academic