Happy 15th Birthday, Sophie! We hope you have a wonderful day – and enjoy the rest of the summer holidays, too!
Once again, owing to our small classes and tutorial-style education, we are pleased to announce that all our Year 13 students have gained places at their first choice of university. With a pass rate of 100% and the percentage of A*-B grades rising by 8%, our girls have gained places on courses ranging from mechatronics (a combination of mechanics and electronics) to international event management.
On Speech Day, we heard from our Head Girl, Kami, about her aspiration to read pharmacy at Aston University. Pharmacy is an over-subscribed course with high grade requirements and we would like to congratulate Kami on achieving her goal.
Well done to all our Sixth Formers. We wish you every success in your future. We hope you keep in touch and let us know how you get on in your degree.
If there are any recent graduates who would like to share their results and next steps, please send a photo and a brief outline of your plans to email@example.com.
Back in January and February, after the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch, our Bird Club entered a national competition that Amy T (Year 2) had found in her National Geographic Kids magazine. Mrs Bird was thrilled to hear last week that we have won the competition – and today our RSPB prizes have arrived! Mrs Bird says she will save opening the parcels until the children are back in school next term….how exciting that will be!