A-level Results 2018: Beal High School principal feels ‘the future is in safe hands’ following exam success

PUBLISHED: 14:35 17 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:58 17 August 2018

Rohan Jhuree. Photo: Jevon Harding

Rohan Jhuree. Photo: Jevon Harding


Beal High School’s Sixth Form is celebrating after eighteen students received straight A* and A grades.

Talvin Ramnah. Photo: Jevon HardingTalvin Ramnah. Photo: Jevon Harding

Nervous students braved the rain to collect their examination results from the school, in Woodford Bridge Road, yesterday (August 16).

Six students are heading off to Oxbridge and medical school.

Principal Térèse Wilmot said: “This has been a challenging year with many subjects taking the tougher linear examinations but our students have done particularly well in Mathematics, Computing, Economics, English Literature, History and Politics.

“The future looks safe in their hands!

Kaval Patel. Photo: Jevon HardingKaval Patel. Photo: Jevon Harding

“Congratulations to students, teachers, the support team and families.

“We are really proud of you all.”

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