Fantastic A-Level Results for OPGS Class of 2019

OPGS Class of 2019 are celebrating a fantastic set of results with almost a third of the year achieving A*/A grades. Students from OPGS Sixth Form have won, by their hard work, the opportunity to study a wide variety of subjects in the world’s top educational institutions. After achieving A*AA with A* in the Extended Project, Head Girl, Nina Lewis, will take up her place at University College, Oxford to study English. Daniel Miller achieved A*A*A B and an A* in the Extended Project and is looking forward to studying Maths. Evan Lewis, who with A*AA and A* for the Extended Project will study at the Institute of the Americas, University College London. Also celebrating places at universities ranked in the top ten are Lauren Sheahan who will study Politics at Warwick and Robert Mills who heads further north to Durham to study Accounting and Finance. Gabrielle Hodgson achieved A*AA and with an A* in her Extended Project goes to Bristol to study Biochemistry. Also heading to Russell Group universities are Joseph Smy, and James Glasson who, after achieving A*AA, are both off to York to study Chemistry. Russell Group institutions will also welcome OPGS high achieving social scientists Daniel Turner with A*A*A and Harry Gowers with A*AA and A*in his EPQ, who head to Nottingham and Southampton to study Criminology. Emmanuel Fanthome-Hodgson who, with A,A,A,A and A* for his Extended Project, will go on to study Law. OPGS is also proud to see students go further afield, such as Fred Duffield, who with A*AA and an A in his EPQ, is planning to study animation in Canada. OPGS Sixth Form is keen to support students who wish to pursue alternative pathways to ambitious professions. Head Boy, Thomas Place is launching straight into a City career. In a similar vein, Mathematician Alexander Pollington will join accountancy firm Wilkins Kennedy on a degree apprenticeship and Scarlett Wright will join the Metropolitan Police.

Head Kevin Moody said  ‘I am delighted to see so many of our students achieve top grades and win places at prestigious universities . Their hard work with the support of their teachers has been impressive and their results well deserved.’