A-level results 2016: Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School
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Students, staff and parents at Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School are celebrating another set of excellent A-level results, improving on the previous year.
Sarah Avery achieved politics A*, geography A and history A and will be studying politics with economics at Bath University.
Ellie Heyman accomplished politics A*, history A and religious studies A and will study philosophy, politics and economics at King’s College, University of London.
Katie Hudson attained geography A*, history A and politics A and is having a gap year while completing a TEFL course.
Eleanor Lister earned geography A, history A and psychology A and is set to study history at University College, London.
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Maddie Slader achieved English literature A*, history A* and psychology A* and got into Oxford University to study history.
Theodora Nickson, headteacher said: “Whether the girls are progressing to Higher Education, employment based training or taking a gap year, we wish all our girls the very best of luck in their futures.
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“All our girls are to be congratulated on their dedication and commitment to their studies which have produced such brilliant results alongside the relentless support offered by their teachers.”
• For more exam results news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ Education section.