Talented students from Luckley House School are celebrating their impressive academic achievements in both A-levels and GCSEs.
In A-Levels, the school was celebrating a pass rate of 98%, with 77% of the grades being A* to B.
Delighted pupils included Verity Phillips who achieved three A* in Biology, Drama and Theatre Studies, History and an A in English Literature, which guarantees her a place at Bristol to study History.
Jemima Knowlson achieved A* A and B in Art, Economics and Business Studies and Geography and is currently looking at her university options.
Christina Li achieved 2 A* in Chinese and Maths with an A plus a B in Further Maths and Physics and will soon be going to Durham to study Mathematics.
Headmistress Mrs Jane Tudor says: “There is a frisson of excitement every time a young person achieves a goal. This is exactly what we saw at Luckley House School.
“The students have gained entry into a wide variety of university courses, from Engineering and Mathematics to Art, History and Philosophy. Over 90% have gained entry into their first choices at universities such as York, Durham, Birmingham and UCL (London).
“At Luckley House School we encourage pupils to pursue their passions and to push the boundaries of what they think it is possible to achieve.
“In doing so they achieved excellence across the curriculum. The outstanding A Level results, 77% A* to B are testament to the hard work of the students, supported by high calibre teaching staff, and we are proud of all of them.”
At GCSE level, 96% of the results were grades A* to C – and 79% were A* to B.
Heading the pack was Amy Martin aged 16 from Wokingham. She achieved 11 A* grades. Lottie Boyd, 16 and from Hurst, had 9 A* grades and 2As.
Jane said: “These results are just an example of the achievements of all the girls being informed of the GCSE results. Outstanding results were seen in all subjects, highlighting excellence across the curriculum.
“The young people of Luckley House School will now progress on to the next stage of their education with the assurance of sound foundations.”
Luckley House School is based in Wokingham and built on the Christian foundations of love and service.
It aims to enable its students to thrive in a secure and encouraging environment, thereby equipping each girl to be resourceful and resilient – ready to take on life’s many challenges and opportunities.
You can see for yourself at its forthcoming open mornings, on Saturday, October 18, Tuesday, November 18.
Alternatively contact the school to make an appointment.