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Ralph Allen School is pleased to report some outstanding achievements by its students this summer. 

Among the deadline figures at the Bath secondary school are –

29% of the grades were A*-A.   

67% of grades were A*-B.   

85% of the grades were A*-C.  

“Students have achieved in all areas across the curriculum with strong performances in all subjects,” said Andy Greenhough, Headteacher. “Congratulations for the hard work across the whole community.

“Level 3 qualifications are demanding and require constant effort over two years. It is such a pleasure to see the hard work of students paying off. During this time there are good and bad days, but students need to be resilient throughout.

“This year group never had the opportunity to go through the formal examination period for their GCSEs so had less experience to fall back on but this has not stopped them achieving. The results again are fantastic with such a high percentage of the highest grades. Well done to all the students. 

“Thank you to all the hard work from the staff who have supported and guided the students over the last two years.”

Students who have secured a place at Oxford 

Alex Buxton reading Mathematics 

Marianne Clark reading Spanish and linguistics 

Ella O’Shea reading English literature 

Frieda Miller reading Modern Foreign Languages 

Dimitri Lang reading Mathematics  

“We also like to recognise students who have progressed well during the two years of level 3 qualifications and achieving their personal best,” added Andy. These students are –

Nazli Angishan-Law, Dominic Atwell, Isaac Barrett, Indra Black, Noah Buchanan, Bea Burrows, Alex Buxton, Laurie Campbell, Katie Chandler, Anton Churchill-Ley, Arthur Coles, Isabella Cuthbert, Izabella Eachus, Luther Gaines-White, Emily Gay, Molly Goult, Emily Grant, Niamph Heffernan, Ella Holden, Beth Hollin, Emily Hood, Blue Jackson, Lily Kellard, Zoe Lacrouts, Dimitri Lang, Daphne Lavi, India Mallorie, Alex Nankivell, Ella O’Shea, Rowan Periton, Sienna Purewall, Daniel Rich and Asha White.

“This is a nervous time for students, parents and teachers. The strong relationships that have been built with staff are shown in the expressions and anticipation of the results. We are committed to supporting all the students in their next steps in their journey of life. 

“Our last thank you is to the parents, carers and families who have supported the students over their secondary career. Good luck to all, wherever life takes you, and do not forget to keep checking in with us along the way.”