Latymerians celebrate A-level results!


  • A third of grades were at A* and over two thirds of grades were at A*/A
  • 80% of bursary pupils scored at least 3 A grades
  • 18 students secured places at top North American universities, including MIT, Princeton, Stanford and Yale and McGill in Canada
  • 23 students won places at Oxford and Cambridge
  • 10 students secured places for Medicine

Latymer Upper School Head, David Goodhew, said today: “I’m excited for our Class of 2018 who are looking forward to the next stage in their educational journey and will soon be heading off to become undergraduates – the majority at their first choice university. I’m proud of all our pupils, who work hard both in the classroom and in their many co-curricular activities, making them the well-rounded and lively individuals Latymerians are known for being. I’m particularly proud of our means-tested bursary pupils who are on the way to fulfilling their ambitions of joining the professions of medicine, engineering and academia. My colleagues also deserve praise for their work in supporting and inspiring our pupils throughout their time at Latymer. We wish them well in their further studies.“

Behind the statistics there are many individual success stories:

  • Of means-tested bursary students, 80% achieved at least 3 A grades:

Amir Rafati Fard scored 4 A*s and will read Medicine at Cambridge; Aos Al Hasani scored two A*s and 2 A grades and has a place to read Medicine at Imperial; Junda Niu scored 3 A*s and an A and will read Mechanical Engineering at Bristol; Eliza Hachem scored 2 A*s and 2 As and will read Economics at Warwick and Lalia Pourdad scored two A*s and an A and will read Law at Oxford.

  • Latymer’s School Captains, Aliya Ismagilova and Nick Kolobov, achieved a total of 8 A-levels, 4 at A*, 3 at A and 1 at B and will be taking places at Princeton in the US and St Andrews respectively
  • Top sports pupils secured excellent grades including:

Rowers: Carter Nelson who will go to Dartmouth USA, Olivia von Stauffenberg, who last week competed for GB in the Junior World Championships, to Duke USA, Sophie Oestergaard 4A* and to Yale USA and Nick Mayhew (Class of 2017) to Stanford

Athletics: Nicole Toft 3A*A to MIT USA

Swimmer: Spencer Williams A*AA to Oxford

Netball: Tara Kelly 3A* to Oxford; Tabitha Burraway 2A*A , Ruby Frazer-Dalby 2A*A

Hockey: Kitty Allen 3A*A to read Medicine at Leeds

  • Top musicians and actors took top grades: Peter Wallich scored 4 A*s and will study PPE at Oxford; Arie Tofeq will study Medicine at Imperial and pursue music at RCM (alongside his degree at Imperial); Maddie Guest London (actor) scored 4 A*s and Honor Granville (musician and actor) achieved 3 A*s and an A and will be going to Georgetown USA
  • Latymer has a reputation for producing great artists as well as academics. This year 6 talented pupils secured places on prestigious Art Foundation courses

We wish all our sixth form pupils good luck in their future studies.

Author: admin@twk

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