Congratulations to Year 13 students at Ratcliffe College who enjoyed success in their A Levels this summer, with many proudly achieving their first-choice destinations.
Among the students who were delighted with their results were Kitty Ye who commences her gap year having attained 5 A*s, whilst Marco Chan, fellow boarder, will read Medicine at Brighton and Sussex Medical School having achieved 3 A*s and 2 A grades. Congratulations also to Danai Masiyakurima, having achieved 1 A* and 4 A grades and Daniel Bailey, Deputy Head Boy, who achieved 3 A grades and commences a Flying Start Apprenticeship with PCW. 3 A grades were achieved by Ella Clark, Charles Jin, Kush Parekh, Luca Salem and Vyashti Rajpara. Tallulah Wood, who achieved a Triple Distinction in her BTEC National Extended Diploma in Sport, is heading to the University of Nottingham to study Sport Rehabilitation.
A special mention to our rising football star, and inspiring student, Olivia Gilbertson, who kicks off her overseas adventure this week, as she embarks upon her Soccer Scholarship at Quincy University, Illinois (USA). We wish her every success with her studies and her footballing journey.’
Mr Reddin, Headmaster said:
“The cohort of 2023 will always be synonymous with the challenges presented by the pandemic, having received Teacher Assessed Grades in 2021, and they are the first cohort to experience the impact of the Government’s decision to tighten up on grade inflation to reflect pre-pandemic levels. We are incredibly proud of the way in which they have supported one another and remained true to our Mission as a Catholic School.
We wish them every success as they move on to higher education and successful careers in the future. Thank you, Year 13, for being such wonderful ambassadors for Ratcliffe College.”