Our congratulations go out to both our 2021 A-level and GCSE cohorts who have achieved excellent results, despite the challenges of lockdowns and remote learning which became an integral part of their courses.
Rebecca Glover, Principal, commented:
“The A-level students have studied through one of the most challenging and disruptive times in education and we are immensely proud of the resilience they have shown throughout their A-level courses. The commitment of our pupils to their studies and the dedication of our staff to deliver the A-level curriculum through bespoke methods over the past 18 months, leaves me in awe of how well our school community has worked together to ensure the best outcomes for all students.”
“This year group have demonstrated an immense amount of resilience, adaptability and self-discipline to remain on track and this will pave the way for their future success. As our students leaves us to go on to a myriad of courses at university and colleges, they leave with our best wishes for the bright future ahead of them.”
We are delighted that 100% have achieved their first choice at university, with over 90% going on to study at Russell Group, or Times Top Ten universities and the remaining students heading off to read Art or Design at the most prestigious universities. Ten students will be studying dentistry, medical or veterinary science and eight students have accepted their places at Oxford or Cambridge Universities.
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As with our A-level students, GCSE pupils have faced the many challenges of remote learning throughout the course of their GCSE studies. We are delighted so many of our puils will continue to build on their successes within the Sixth Form with over 80 pupils continuing to study STEM subjects at A-level.
Surbiton High School’s Principal, Rebecca Glover, commented:
“My heartfelt congratulations go out to this amazing group of pupils, who as with our A-level students, have adapted so proficiently over the course of their studies. We look forward to continuing to work with this cohort throughout Sixth Form, where we can continue to support and guide them through their A-levels and they can flourish as independent learners.”