A-level results: Four in five students at Forest School get A*-B grades
All of the students who applied for Oxford and Cambridge or to study medicine from Forest School have had their places confirmed.
One in four students managed to achieve three or more A* or A grades in their A-levels.
Sarah Kerr-Dineen, school warden, said: “Across the board there are stories of individuals who have performed beyond what they thought possible, as a result of hard work and determination”.
About 80 percent of the students achieved A* to B grades with seven of the school’s students taking up a place at either Oxford or Cambridge.
“These are deservedly good results for a great group of students, all of whom can look confidently ahead to the next stage of their lives” she added.
You may also want to watch:
Aaran Param managed to rack up four A* grades and is now going to study economics at Trinity College, Cambridge.
Aaran said: ““I am very happy, although I was a little confused when I opened my results slip – once I had all of the grades explained to me, I felt great!”
- 1 More than £5m worth of stolen vehicles recovered in first Redbridge Action Week
- 2 Cost of damage runs into thousands as Clayhall street clears up after floods
- 3 'Uproar' at decision to fell protected oak tree in Hainault
- 4 Woodford Green and Forest Gate residents criticise councils over flooding
- 5 Inquest: Newham driver died of 'misadventure' after Redbridge police chase
- 6 Barts Trust ends major incident but situation 'critical' at Whipps Cross
- 7 Cycling access extended at Wanstead Park
- 8 Ricardo Fuller death: Third man charged with murder
- 9 Oxford student bids to improve top university access for state school pupils
- 10 Former Woodford Police Station could become office space
Jonathan Mitchell, director of teaching at the school in College Place, Snaresbrook, said: “We couldn’t be more proud of our students and colleagues for all their hard work.”