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All rounder Constance celebrates five top grade A Levels

Constance H. is among many GSA students to celebrate top grades in their A Levels. GSA schools are reporting consistent – and even increased – top grades in this year’s A level results, despite predictions of a fall.

High flyer Constance H. (St Mary’s Cambridge) has achieved a remarkable three A* grades and two As in chemistry, mathematics, art & design, physics and Chinese respectively. Constance is a real all rounder. She is passionate about art and her portfolio is both technically superb, having received awards in recent competitions, as well as full of emotional impact. Constance (pictured above) said:

“I really enjoy both science and art. I love the contrast as physics offers a world of certainty whilst art is all about creative expression.”
Constance’s top grades mean she can take up her place at the University of Bath to read Architecture.

Deputy head girl at St George’s, Ascot, Emily Dominey, who has achieved two A*s and two As in classics, English literature, French and history. Emily has decided to take a gap year as a nanny near Paris, before applying to Oxbridge this autumn. Emily was a keen member of the school debating team and also ran the House debating and drama competitions. She has gained prizes at school for both English and classics and her voluntary work includes teaching and helping French children in the UK.

Anastasia Bruce-Jones (The Maynard School) scored four A* grades, plus an A* in the Extended Project Qualification. She has a place at the University of Cambridge to study English. Fellow student Eloise Kidner has four A*s and will be taking a gap year.

At Pipers Corner School 63% of girls achieved a top A* or A grade in at least one of their A level, subjects. High achiever Georgia Moir has accepted a place at the University of Nottingham to study Mathematics and Economics after receiving an A* in Mathematics and two A grades in Further Mathematics and Religious Studies. Elisabetta Cavallo achieved an A* in History and two A grades in French and Spanish. She will be going to Durham University to study Modern Languages and Cultures (with a year abroad). Lizzie Bramall has three A grades in English Literature, History and Religious Studies and will be going to the University of Nottingham to study Law.

 

 

 

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