Redland Green School

RGS Bristol

A Level Results Success at Redland Green Learning Community

We are delighted with our fantastic A-level results at Redland Green learning community.

These results show the high quality teaching and learning that students receive at Redland Green and that students feel both challenged and supported to achieve their very best. The facilities provided at Redland Green learning community have given our students the very best opportunities to study and achieve well, in line with or exceeding their challenging targets.

Nine students achieved straight A* and A’s in all their A-levels. Three of our students will be taking up places at medical school and a good proportion of students will be going to Russell group universities.  Thirty students are going on to study STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) based undergraduate courses, reflecting the Science specialism of Redland Green. We congratulate all of our students, especially those who have overcome personal and challenging circumstances and have shown such great determination to do well.

The provisional breakdown of our results is as follows: 

A*               8%

A* - A         26%

A* - B         54%

A* - C         76%

A* - E         100%        

Congratulations to the following students that achieved exceptional results:

Name                          
A Level Results             
University/Degree           

Emily Lindsay  

3 A*  Deferred place, Leeds University, Medicine 

Caitlin McQueen  

2 A* and 2 A's 

Gap year, University of British Columbia in Vancouver - Arts degree

George Page

2 A* and 1 A  Leeds University, Chemistry 

Vinothan Shankar 

2 A* and 1 A   Deferred place, Imperial College London, Computer Systems and Software Engineering  

Jessica Stone  

2 A* and 1 A  Sheffield University, English literature 

Siobhan White 

2 A* and 1 A  Cardiff University, Medicine  

Natalie Johnson 

1 A* and 2 A's  Sussex University, Languages  

Stella Lander 

1 A* and 2 A's  Edinburgh University, Modern European Languages  

Helene Robinson 

1 A* and 2 A's  Edinburgh University, Astrophysics  

Holly Baker 

3 A's and 1 B  Bristol University, Medicine  

Gauri Kangai 

3 A's  Deferred place, UCL, Geography 

Rebecca Mason 

3 A's  Deferred place, Sheffield, Geography  

Isabella Baldo 

2 A's and 1 B  Kings College London, French  

Erin McCabe 

2 A's and 1 B  Gap year  

Emily Nelson 

2 A's and 1 B  Cardiff University, Business Management 

Suzanne Perryman 

2 A's and 1 B  Birmingham University, Modern Languages  

Naomi Robertson 

2 A's and 1 B  LSE, International Relations  

Rebecca Sereant 

2 A's and 1 B   Southampton, Psychology 

Michael Smith 

2 A's and 1 B  Loughborough, Retailing, Marketing and Management  

Eleanor Willcocks 

2 A's and 1 B   Sheffield University - French Studies 

Nima Zeinali 

 
2 A's and 1 B   To be confirmed 

Lydia Kellet 

 
2 A* and 1 B  Cardiff, Pharmacy  

Alice Mason-Green 

 
2 A* and 1 B  Kings College London, French with English  

Jacob Payne 

 
2 A* and 1 B  University of Central Lancashire, Forensic Science and Anthoroplgy  

Jack Banks 

 
1 A*, 1 A and 1 B  Leeds University, Civil and Structural Engineering  

Tippi Creed-Waring 

1 A*, 1 A and 1 B

 
Deferred place, Leeds University  International Relations
 

Jean Heery 

1 A*, 1 A and 1 B  Leicester University, History  

McKenzie Lloyd Smith 

1 A*, 1 A and 1 B   Gap year 

 

The Redland Green learning community forms part of the North Bristol Post 16 Centre. This is a comprehensive sixth form and students come from a wide range of schools.  Students attending the partner schools of Cotham, Fairfield, Henbury, Orchard School (formerly Monks Park) and Redland Green are guaranteed places. The Centre offers a wide range of A-levels and level 2 & 3 courses alongside many opportunities for extra-curricular activities and leadership development.

Our open evening for our 2012 intake is on the 13th and 19th of October and will be held at Redland Green Learning Community.

For further details please contact Marian Curran, Director on 0117 919 8100 or 0117 353 3433.