Stories of Success: RGS A Level Results 2021
Here are some lovely stories from the RGS Class of 2021 celebrating their fantastic results. Thank you to everyone for being such an amazing group of young adults.
“I am really happy with my results today and I’m looking forward to returning to some normality over the next year. I can’t wait to start my university course meeting new people and starting to enjoy some more freedom.”
The captain of the 1st IX hockey team has achieved some wonderful A Level results. Adam is off to read Economics at Bath University and obtained A*AA grades today. He has had a wonderful time at RGS and has represented the school in most sports including Ultimate Frisbee!
“The teachers have been amazing over the past two years. They’ve provided incredible support which was so important over the past year. They get to know us personally and are always there if you have any issues.”
Hollie is off to Exeter to read Psychology. She achieved A*AA in her results today. She has had a brilliant time in the Sixth Form at RGS and is looking forward to starting her university course in September.
“I’ve met some wonderful friends at RGS. There is a real sense of community here. The teachers provide us with great support and are always happy to listen to us. I’ve had the best time here and will always look back to such a happy time I had here.”
Charlie has had a fabulous time at RGS. He’s combined his studies with many extra-curricular activities. He has been a great captain of the 1st XV rugby team and has also represented the school in the swimming pool. He is off to Nottingham to study Finance, Accounting and Management.
“The teachers in the last two years have been an amazing support. The online learning was good, and the teachers were always prepared to go the extra mile and provide additional help if required. They made it easy and more importantly, kept us all positive.”
Will is celebrating his three A*s today and will be heading to Bristol to study Biomedical Science in September. He has fully participated in the extra-curricular activities on offer at RGS, has completed his gold DofE, played in the 1st XI hockey team and played the saxophone in various concerts.
“I’ve had an amazing time at RGS and I’ve loved being a mentor to the younger students. I remember when I started in the first form having a Sixth Form mentor. It’s been wonderful to have this responsibility.”
Jess has achieved some fabulous results this year. A*A*A with an A* achieved on her EPQ. She is off to Bath to read Economics in September. Jess has also represented the school at netball with the netball trip to Dubai being a highlight.
“I am ecstatic with my results. I‘ve worked hard and I’ve relieved to have so done well. The teachers have been supportive and are always available for extra sessions. It’s been a really difficult year but the teachers have made it as easy as possible.”
Imperial College London is the destination for Ahmad in September. Two A*s in Maths and Further Maths and two As in Chemistry and Physics sees him reading Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Ahmad has also captained the RGS Ultimate Frisbee team.
“I’ve loved my time at RGS. One of my favourite clubs has been Model United Nations. I’ve loved learning about politics and international relations, and it’s been great for my public speaking skills.”
Harry achieved an impressive 12 grade 9s in his GCSE results, and has continued to build on this success with five A* grades today. He has studied French, History, Maths, Further Maths and an EPQ on Law. These excellent results will see him reading Law at Cambridge in September.
“I’ve loved the real sense of community at RGS. I feel supported by my teachers and fellow students. Everyone is helpful and caring. It’s been a wonderful place to finish my A Levels and I’ll always remember my time here fondly and the friendships I’ve made for life.”
Daisy is having a gap year before heading to Liverpool to study Medicine next year. She has been fully engaged with RGS’s extra-curricular programme. Daisy is a talented swimmer and athlete and has been very much part of the school’s charity committee. She plans to teach swimming this year and continue with her charitable works.
“When I joined everyone was so welcoming. I thought I’d be nervous, but I was partnered with a fantastic buddy. Even though I joined in the Sixth Form I was made Head of Cranston House. This has enabled me to meet lots of students further down the school. It’s been a fantastic opportunity.”
Keele University is the destination for Aurora to study Medicine this year. Aurora joined us for her Sixth Form studies and has done exceptionally well achieving A*AA in Geography, Biology and Chemistry.
“I’ve been so happy here making friends for life. The time has flown by, and the teachers have been so supportive. I’ve had just the best time!”
Jack is taking up a degree apprenticeship at UBS this year after achieving A*AA. He has great memories of his time here including rugby training and matches. He loved the liveliness of the Sixth Form and has made friends for life.
“The support of the teachers enabled me to achieve great results and play sport at a top-level. I can’t praise them enough. It’s been the most supportive environment.”
Peggy is off to America – heading to Princeton to study Liberal Arts and leaves this Saturday to attend preseason hockey training! Fabulous results combined with excelling at sport have seen her make the most of her time at RGS.