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Redbridge results: Top marks for twins in Trinity Catholic High School A-level exams

PUBLISHED: 15:59 17 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:59 17 August 2017

Max and Riku Campman, both of whom achieved 4 A* grades at A level at Trinity Catholic High School.  These outstanding results have secured a place at Cambridge, to study Computer Science, for Max and one at Imperial College London for Riku, to study Aeronautical Engineering.

Max and Riku Campman, both of whom achieved 4 A* grades at A level at Trinity Catholic High School. These outstanding results have secured a place at Cambridge, to study Computer Science, for Max and one at Imperial College London for Riku, to study Aeronautical Engineering.

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A pair of twins studying at Trinity Catholic High School both achieved four A*s at A-level to secure places at university.

Twins George and Laura Carlisle, who achieved A*AA and A*AB respectively at Trinity Catholic High School. Twins George and Laura Carlisle, who achieved A*AA and A*AB respectively at Trinity Catholic High School.

Max Campman will study computer science at Cambridge University, while his brother Riku gained a place at Imperial College London to read Aeronautical Engineering.

The twins were two of 18 students at the school, in Mornington Road, Woodford Green, to be awarded three or four A* and A grades in their A-levels.

Other siblings achieved success, with George and Laura Carlisle getting an A* and two As, and an A*, A and B respectively.

George will study medicine at the University of Bristol, while Laura has secured a place to learn physiotherapy at Birmingham University.

Director of sixth form, Margaret Keegan, said: “These exam results rank with the best ever for the school.

“Our students have worked extremely hard and we are extremely proud of them. They deserve their success.”

In total 99.3pc of Trinity students achieved a pass, and more than half gained a B or higher.

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