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Hornsey School for Girls thrilled by A-level results

PUBLISHED: 17:12 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 17:12 18 August 2016

Hornsey School for Girls

Hornsey School for Girls

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Hornsey School for Girls was celebrating a great set of A-levels today, with 100% of students achieving A* to C in English.

The school had 84% of its exams graded between A* and C, with students heading toward a vast array of different careers from Radiography and International Relations.

Three quarters of students at the school are going into further education at some top universities, such as Queen Mary and Leeds. A further few will be taking on gap years and apprenticeships.

“I am so proud of the excellent partnerships between students, families and the staff body which have made these results possible,” said headteacher Kuljit Rahelu

“Our sixth form students have been dedicated and focused throughout their time here. We know they will be hugely successful. Thank you to our phenomenal staff whose commitment has enabled students to reach their potential.”


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