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Heathfield School for Girls in Pinner gets 100 per cent A-Level pass rate
An independent girls school is celebrating today after it recorded a 100 per cent pass rate in its A-Level results.
Students at Heathfield School for Girls, in Pinner, were in high spirits after getting their results this morning.
Just over 77 per cent of Heathfield girls' grades were A* to B and more than 92 per cent were A* to C.
Headteacher Anne Stevens said: “I am absolutely thrilled and so proud of each and every one of our girls.
“The results are a true testament to the phenomenal hard work and dedication that is demonstrated year after year by our brilliant pupils and excellent teachers.”
Krithi Ravi, 18, from Pinner, got four A* grades and will be studying medicine at St John’s College, Oxford.
She said: “How I now feel is indescribable. We have worked so hard for so long and the results are finally here.
“I could not have done this without the support of the teachers and everyone at Heathfield. I am just so happy.”
Fellow pupil Tara McCarthy, also 18, got two As and an A* and is due to study history and Spanish at Durham University.
She said: “I have no idea what I want to do in the long run but I definitely want to speak Spanish every day.
“I am absolutely delighted with my results, and so relieved! The hard work has finally paid off.
“Thank you to everyone at Heathfield who has encouraged and supported me, I could not have done this without them.”
Headteacher Mrs Stevens added: “Reflecting on today’s results and with almost one half of Heathfield girls gaining two or more A and A* grades, we anticipate that by far the majority of our girls will go on to their first choice universities.
“We will miss our Year 13, who will also be remembered for the excellent contribution they have made.
“We wish them all the very best for the future and are certain that they are each fully equipped with the knowledge and confidence that they require to succeed.”
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