We are delighted to announce that our Year 13 cohort have performed extremely well, with the majority securing their first choice of future pathway.
We stretch our most able pupils so that they are able to realise their full potential. As well as adding value to the highest achievers, we also ensure that those who need more help are supported and advised, so that they too do well and exceed their expectations.
Pupils in Year 11 take 9 or 10 GCSE subjects and the percentage of 9-4 (A* to C) grades is consistently around 95%. On average, 48% of grades are 9-7 (A* or A) or equivalent. For a breakdown of GCSE results by subject, please follow the links below:
A Level / BTEC
Year 13 pupils take 3 or 4 A Levels as well as an academic elective subject or Extended Project Qualification contributing towards his or her total UCAS points. On average, 40% of grades are A* or A and a breakdown of results can be found below:
Karrie Clark was one of RHS’s top performing students, gaining three BTEC starred Distinctions. Karrie joined RHS Sixth Form as a sailing scholar from Hong Kong to study BTECs in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and Sport.
George Newland achieved an impressive two Distinction starred grades and a Distinction in his BTEC qualifications, at the same time as securing a degree apprenticeship programme in Construction Management with the MACE Group.
Our Head Girl, Jaz Skingle, achieved an impressive set of A Level results, gaining an A* and two A grades in Classical Civilisation, Politics and English Language, and securing her dream to study Film Studies at King's College London.
Eli Govindasamy, Deputy Head Boy, is off to read Economics and Management at Cardiff University, after securing strong A Level results in Economics, Mathematics and Religious Studies.
Rosy Fitch, Deputy Head Girl, secured her place to read Classics at the University of Edinburgh, following a fabulous set of exam results, gaining A*AA grades in Psychology, Biology and Latin.
The Royal Hospital School is delighted to announce its best GCSE results in the past decade.
Daisy Clabburn and Zara Spendiff were joint top performers, gaining a clean sweep of grades 9s in nine GCSEs.
Oliver Goodwin-Day, was RHS’s top performing boy, gaining a strong set of ten GCSEs, of which five were at grade 9. Oliver chose Biology, Chemistry, Computing, French, History, Latin and Physics as his GCSE options.
Louisa Cuddihy, Lily Hargraves, Mathilda Ketterer, Helena Mate, Jamie Pickering, Emilija Sharples and Georgina Stammers were amongst the top achieving girls at RHS this year, achieving at least six subjects at grade 7 or better.
Hugh Wan, Daniil and Denis Dildyaev were amongst some of our top performing boys, a remarkable achievement when you consider that they are sitting GCSEs in a non-native language.
Luzia Hauselt and Rebecca Klopstock, both from Germany, joined RHS in Year 11 on a one-year, seven subject GCSE programme; a challenging course designed for the most able English language learners to achieve recognised examinations to take back to their home countries.