Clifton College has lots to cheer

CLIFTON College saw some excellent A-level results, with 76 per cent of grades at A*-B.

Head of School, Tom achieved four A*s and is going off to Sydney, Australia, to take a gap year working in a school, before studying Medicine at Exeter University the following year. He said he will miss everything about Clifton College and couldn’t have done it without all the support he received throughout his academic journey.

Alex, Deputy Head of School, also achieved four A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry and is looking forward to studying Engineering at Cambridge University after a gap year in Hamburg doing an internship with the renewable energy company, RWE.

Kei Ki, Deputy Head of School, achieved two A*s and 2 As and has been accepted to study Veterinary Science at her first choice of Edinburgh University.

Ella achieved two A*s in Maths and English and an A grade in Ancient Greek, and is excited to study Philosophy and Modern Greek at her first choice of Oxford University.

Max will be going to Exeter College, Oxford to study Chemistry after achieving three A*s in Chemistry, Maths and Physics.

Ruby achieved a Distinction in her Music Tech BTEC and is going on to do a Commercial Songwriting course at The Academy of Contemporary Music.

Deputy Head Academic, Dr Gavin Turner said, “I would like to offer my congratulations to all our pupils that have received their A Level and BTEC results. There is much to celebrate in terms of success and achievement at all levels,“These pupils now leave our doors to go on to their next challenges, and it has been hugely rewarding for us to support them in achieving their personal best.Nick Mills, Head of Sixth Form, said, “Seeing our leavers achieving their grade offers and getting into their universities of choice is always a wonderful moment. Very well done to all of them.”

Head of College, Dr Tim Greene said, “I warmly congratulate all our pupils. This success which sits alongside all that they have achieved during their time at the College is down to each individual pupil’s hard work, determination and the support from their teachers. ”