Results Day 2021

Reigate College students will have been up early this morning to receive their eagerly awaited results by email.

In-line with previous years, these have once again been tremendous, with all but a handful of students having secured places at their first-choice universities.

For A Level, 67.4% of students received high grades (A* to B), with a 99% pass rate.

For BTEC, 68% of students received high grades (Distinction*/Distinction).  This figure will be well above the national average and is particularly encouraging since students are now required to sit externally assessed exams, bringing the BTEC courses even further in-line with A Levels. 

Nick Clark, Principal of Reigate College commented, “I’m so proud of what our students have achieved.  These are outstanding results, following a similar trajectory to previous cohorts, despite incredibly challenging circumstances.  I would like to thank all our Upper Sixth leavers, together with their teachers and support staff for digging into their reserves of both resilience and determination to achieve the best possible outcomes.”

We’re delighted to see that all our Oxbridge and MVD offer holders secured their places, with 10 students gaining places at either Oxford or Cambridge and 10 securing places to read Medicine or Veterinary Science:

Oxbridge

Oxbridge Students 2021

Oxford:
Etienne Baker (History and Politics, Pembroke)
Jonas Nohrurfft (Biology, Brasenose)
Olivia Hickman (Economics and Management, Hertford)
Jason Russell (Archaeology and Anthropology, St Hugh’s)
Candice Holloway (Geography, St John’s).

Cambridge:  
Gregor Fowler (Medicine, Homerton)
Riana Islam (Economics, St. Catherine’s)
Shania McNally (Human, Social and Political Science, Pembroke)
Edward Mehegan-Potter (Human, Social and Political Science, Trinity Hall)
Not photographed: Conal Lowe (Linguistics, Queen’s).

Medicine and Veterinary Science

MVD Students 2021

Niamh Chavasse (Cardiff)
Hannah Craig (UCL)
Freja Forrest (UCL)
Gregor Fowler (Cambridge, Homerton College)
Fahmina Khan (Cardiff)
Sharon Pepple (Sunderland or Plymouth)
Livvy Walker (Bristol)
Amy Beattie (Bristol)
Amy Sanders (Bristol)
Not photographed: Taryn Cole (Surrey or Harper Keele).


It’s impossible to single out other individual students, given the large number who’ve done so well, but here are just a few:

Charlie Morrison, who was previously at The Beacon School, achieved a Distinction in the BTEC Extended Diploma in Performing Arts (3 A Level equivalent) and is now off to study Performing Arts at Laine Theatre Arts.

Madi Lang, who was at Glenthorn High School, achieved three Distinction*s for her three BTEC courses in Law, Public Services and Sport and is heading to Chichester University to study Law with Criminology.

Efan Fisher, who was formerly at Reigate School, gained four A*s in Spanish, Economics, Chemistry and Physics and is taking up a place to study Economics with Hispanic Studies at the University of Nottingham.

Fellow Reigate School student Oscar Picking achieved A*s in English Literature and Geography, an A in Psychology and a Distinction* in Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) and is planning on taking a Gap Year to travel, work and experience life beyond being a student, but is intending to apply to drama school to do a BA in Performing Arts next year.

Jenni Stern, who had been at Reigate Grammar School, gained three A*s in Economics, Art and Maths and is taking up a place to read Economics at the University of Leeds.

Carter Springall, who was previously at John Fisher School achieved three As in Further Maths, Maths and Computer Science and is going to the University of Leeds to study Computer Science.

India Brodie, who was at Heathside School and gained an A* in Photography an A in Sociology and a B in Psychology is off to study Photography at Anglia Ruskin University.  She said, “The best thing about being a student at Reigate College was the quality of teaching in all my subjects and always feeling a strong sense of community and being welcome in College.” 

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