Top Performing Boy

 

GSCE Top Performing Boy

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.  

Oliver joined RHS in Year 7 as an Academic Scholar and aims to take A Levels in Computing, Chemistry, Mathematics and Further Mathematics, with a view to studying Computer Science at university. 

“My greatest achievement to date would probably have to be getting the role of Deputy Secretary General of the Model United Nations (MUN) in Year 11, and I am soon to be Secretary-General in Year 12. MUN has been a passion of mine since I started in Year 7, when I remember seeing MUN in action on an open morning and was hooked.   

"What I love most about RHS is the different people you get to meet through all the extra-curricular opportunities, whether it be in my chosen clubs of Combined Cadet Force and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or through activities in my house (Raleigh).  All my teachers have been very encouraging throughout my time at RHS, building my confidence and encouraging growth and development.”