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Roundwood Park is celebrating its best ever set of A Level results. Headteacher Alan Henshall congratulated all the students for their hard work which led to these well-deserved grades. He thanked all of the support and teaching staff who have helped them achieve their dreams. He also added that we could not have done it without the support of parents.
Wilfred Salmon and Emily Barter celebrate their results. Wilfred will be taking up a place at Queens College Cambridge to study Mathematics and Emily will be going to Jesus College Oxford to study Geography.
Matt Taylor is celebrating getting AAB grades and is looking forward to taking up at place at University of Birmingham to study Sport Science.
Louis Edbrook gained 2 A* and an A grade and will be heading to Warwick University to study Global Sustainability. Hana Wilkins is celebrating getting into Westminster University to study Fashion and Business with 3 A grades.
Katie Easter is going to Westminster University to study Business, Charlotte Morris is celebrating 3 A* grades and a place at University of Bath to study Biochemistry, Simrit Bhandal will be going to Leeds University to study Medicine with 3 A* grades and Emily Barter will be heading to Jesus College Oxford to study Geography with 3 A* grades.
Imogen Bremner will be going to University of Leicester to study Medicine.
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Young People of the Year or ‘YOPEY’ is a campaign to give young people a fairer image in the media – and society as a whole – by ‘revealing, recognising and rewarding’ young unsung heroes and setting them up as positive role models for other young people to copy.
The SLG (Student Leadership Group) at Roundwood Park has been nominated for a possible award as part of YOPEY. To read the full story, Click Here.
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