Dulwich school celebrates almost two thirds of students getting into Russell Group universities

Students at a school in Dulwich celebrated as almost two thirds of them got into Russell Group universities.

Pupils at Kingsdale Foundation School found out they were going to Cambridge University, Imperial College, and King’s College London, as well as Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham.

Some students achieved a full sweep of A*s.

Alliyah Nakadiyan achieved four A*s for Computer Science, Further Mathematics, Mathematics and Physics and will be going to the University of Bath to study Computer Science.

Victor Chicaiza-Alulema and his parents

Charlotte Trudinger will be going to University College London after getting an A* in Chemistry, History, Physics and Politics

Marci Talbot also received four A*s and will be going to Imperial College to study Design Engineering.

Another high achiever was Victor Chicaiza-Alulema who achieved three A*s in Chemistry, Maths and Spanish and an A in Physics.

He is going to University College London to study Chemistry.

Other students will be attending conservatoires or going on to art school.

Alice Carter, Beatrice Sims and Issy Broadbent are all attending Kingston University to do an Art Foundation course.




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