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Redhill Academy: “Congratulations to our students on their outstanding results!”

"This set of results is a testament to our students' hard work, resilience and talent."


Redhill Academy has expressed its pleasure regarding the outstanding achievements of their Year 11s in their GCSEs this summer.

Head Teacher Mike Hardy said:

“This set of results is a testament to our students’ hard work, resilience and talent. Despite the challenging, changing world around them, they have exceeded all expectations and should be incredibly proud of their achievements.

“Alongside their exam success, this group of students have given so much in other areas of academy life, including engaging in competitive sport, performing Arts, Duke of Edinburgh, mentoring and volunteering.

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“I want to thank our staff and parents for the hard work, dedication and support they continue to provide; because of you, our students have worked hard to achieve wonderful academic outcomes, embraced opportunities, learned to trust in themselves and created lasting friendships and memories whilst here at Redhill.

“We look forward to welcoming them into Sixth Form where they will continue to thrive and be valued senior members of our community.”

Mike added that while he hopes that all of the students are pleased with their outcomes, particular recognition goes to Sara Agabani, Rowan Davies-Bright, Ryan Fletcher, Katie Hadley-Killips, Tom Hunter, Keshav Kacker, Jonas Leeks, Natasha Need, Archie Nelson, Megan Reynolds, Erin Shepherd and Natalia Riccardo-Simpson who all achieved higher grades in at least 11 subjects; many of which are a grade 9.

The Redhill Academy is a part of the Redhill Academy Trust.

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