This years A-Level results have been published and it’s a 100% success rate this year!

Thursday August 12th, 2021

This years A-Level results were published two days ago and it has been an excellent year for the students that Regency Education curated.

All our students got their first choice of university confirmed as a result of this year’s hard work. We believe the key elements of this success were 1) our choice of UK boarding schools in combination with academic mentoring that we provided 2) high quality tuition from our outstanding tutors 3) our motivation of the students to strive for success in their academic life.

I wanted to share some of the outcomes for our school leavers this year that were shared with us by the schools we placed our students in.

Here is the A-Level results news from one of the schools for girls we placed our students with:

“Students are headed off to a very wide range of universities.

Head Girl Charlotte, who will take a four-year Joint Honours degree in Modern European Languages and History at Durham University, added: ‘I am so excited to start at Durham this autumn. I have loved my time at my school and am hugely appreciative of the opportunities and support I have received in both an extra-curricular and an academic sense. I’ve made friends for life here, and I am so looking forward to seeing the amazing things they get up to in the future – our 10-year reunion will be a good one! Thank you to all our incredible teachers for all their support in what has been a stressful year, we couldn’t have done it without them and I hope to see them all soon.’

Outgoing Deputy Head Girls lead the way: Sophia will be reading theology at Downing College, Cambridge; Misan going to Warwick to take a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Law (PPL) and Milan heading to St Andrews to read a BSc in Computer Science.

So many students excelled, showing incredible resilience in their studies throughout the COVID pandemic. Emily has secured a highly competitive place to study Veterinary Science at the University of Liverpool with Gemma choosing to study Medicine in London at UCL and Ria gaining a place to read Medicine at the University of Southampton. STEM subjects are always popular with our students. Alice and Imogen who won Gold certificates in the 2021 Chemistry Olympiad are both continuing to study Science. Alice is going to Imperial in London to study Chemistry and Imogen has chosen a BSc in Natural Sciences at the University of Bath. Grace, who won one of only five Ada Lovelace Scholarships offered by the University of Southampton, will study Computer Science with cyber security there and Ching, who was awarded a Think Big scholarship from the University of Bristol, will study Accounting and Finance.”

And here is the latest news from a popular school for boys we placed our students with:

“Very many congratulations to our Upper Sixth Form boys whose departure for a wonderful set of destinations has been confirmed today. We are particularly proud in this pandemic year that no fewer than 11 boys have secured places to read Medicine, and we wish them well – we need you, boys!

A further four leave for Oxford and Cambridge; and the most popular destinations were Durham University (11), UCL (7), Bath (7) and Exeter (7). As ever, there was no stereotype this year and we rejoice in the sheer variety of interest and choice. Boys will study degrees as far ranging as Computer Science, Theology, Architecture, Agri-business Management, Engineering, Linguistics, Law, Natural Sciences, International Relations, History of Art, Cancer Biology and Immunology, and Economics and Management in universities across the UK, Germany and the USA.

This includes boys who sat the International Baccalaureate, with particular mention to high achievers Michael who will take up his offer to read economics and management at New College, University of Oxford, and Ciaran who topped the IB this year and will read History at University of St Andrews.”

And finally from one of the mixed schools we work with and have a number of our pupils in:

“52% of grades awarded were A* or equivalent, with 85.1% A*A. 69% of our pupils gained straight A*A grades.

These exceptional and merited results have ensured that almost all of our pupils have been offered places at a university of their choice – in the UK and overseas.

The Headmaster of the School, said: “We are delighted to celebrate the achievements of our 2021 Leavers, who have had to endure so many challenges over the last 18 months.

“Their results are a product of their resilience, fortitude, and dedication, coupled with my colleagues’ inspirational and brilliant work, teaching and supporting them. I am proud of every one of the Upper Sixth, not only for the grades they achieved, but for the strength of character they have shown and the way they have led the community. They are a superb group of people and we look forward to seeing them transform the world for the better in the future.””