22 to Oxbridge! Our fantastic results day 2019

Dated: 16 August 2019

 Jyoti (AAB) and Nosakhare (AAC) looking very pleased with their A level results
 
Woodhouse students woke up to good news on Thursday 15 August with the publication of another set of excellent A level results for the college.
 
114 students made a clean sweep of three or more A/A* grades.
 
22 students achieved their offer of a place at Oxford or Cambridge university from an unprecedented 30 offers made to Woodhouse students this year.
 
18 students achieved three or more A* grades.
 
17 subjects had a 100% pass rate this year with 84% of total grades at A*-C, and two thirds of grades across the whole college in the ‘high grade’ A*-B bracket.
 
Elle-Mae (A*A*A*) is off to Durham Uni to study Business Management, while Seda (A*A*A*) is off to Nottingham to study Psychology 
 
Student Elle-Mae said "I've really loved Woodhouse, the teachers and the friends I've made. It's been the best two years of my life."
 
The college had some brilliant individual subject results too - our sociology students got 19 A* grades and in Art and Drama over 50% of students got A*/A grades.
 
Annalisa (A*AA) is off to Leeds Uni to study English, Louis (A*A*A*A*) is off to Manchester Uni to study Physics with Philosophy and Amelia (ABB) is going to Uni of East Anglia to study Psychology
 
Science student Louis said "I've really enjoyed my time at Woodhouse. The teachings been excellent, the whole time has been brilliant and I've done so many things I never thought I would."
 
Anjali (A*A*A*) is studying Chemistry at Oxford Uni
 
Principal John Rubinstein said "As ever, I am extremely proud of how hard our students have worked. Last year’s results were our best for ten years and the second best sixth form college in England. This year we have maintained that very high level across the curriculum (except for a dip in maths which faced the new harder syllabus this year). Our further maths students did brilliantly, our best ever.
 
And thanks also to our amazing staff who teach, inspire, encourage, push, help and support our students all year long."


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