A-level Exam Results 2016

Ruislip High School is delighted with the success of its fourth set of A-level results. The vast majority of students attained the grades necessary to progress to their chosen university with more students than ever achieving A*-A grades.

The school is also extremely pleased to announce that Peter Cullimore attained two A* and one A grade, which was higher than his conditional offer to read Biochemistry at Oxford University. Peter becomes the third student in consecutive years to gain a place at an Oxbridge university. He said: “I’m really pleased to have attained the grades to secure my conditional offer to study Biochemistry at Oxford University this autumn.”

Three other students attained all A/A* grades: Ryan Barber (A*A*A), Jack Manners (A* AA) and Betsy Brady (AAA); they will read Electronic Engineering at Southampton University, Physics at Edinburgh University and Chemistry at Birmingham University respectively. Staff are thrilled with students’ successes, including Abbie Edwards who attained the grades required to read Medicine at King’s College, London.

At AS level, impressively two students, Matthew Fishman and Eddie Honein, achieved A grades in all AS levels they sat in the summer of 2016. The overall pass rate was a pleasing 92%.