Reddam House students are celebrating as the school's Sixth Form records its best ever A Level results. With yet another increase in the percentage of top grades this year, the students are thrilled to have a head start on their University studies. A 25% increase on last year's A*/A grades bring this important measure to a remarkable 39% of all grades, with almost 60% of this year’s cohort achieving A* to B. We are very proud of them all and wish all of the students the best as they start their exciting new adventures.
What more is there to say than a huge congratulations to our very own Stuart Woods and the amazing Reddam Team Gymnasts. We are very proud of you all.
An interesting article from Ben Wheeler in partnership with the Times. We are really excited for the build up to our wonderful exhibition in September.
Tia competed in the all England National Dance finals gaining 2 golds, 5 silvers and a bronze. The standard was very high, well done Tia for all the hard work you put into your dance training.
Just a quick update from World Challenge 2019. I don't want to tell too much as the Challengers will tell you their own stories....
The last two weeks have seen the challengers cover some distance by foot and horse back. We started by doing four days trekking across some amazing country side in the west of Mongolia. After the trek we then converted to horse power and spent five days covering 20km a day moving east towards our meeting with the overnight train back to Ulaanbaatar. Once back in the capital we moved onto the Community Engagement and helped to refurbish a local park.
Well done to all of our Ballet Dancers - Results are in!
Pre-primary Award: all passed
Primary Exam: 5 Merits & 1 Distinction
Grade 1 Exam: 1 Merit & 1 Distinction
Grade 2 Exam: 4 Merits
Grade 5 Solo: 1 Distinction
Intermediate Exam: 1 Merit
Congratulations! If you get time take a Ballet themed photo on your holidays and share it with us!
Rhys was honoured to be invited to take part in ‘The Greatest Show’ with West End stars Ben Forster, Celinde Schoenmaker, and Lauren Samuels on Friday night at the Landmark Hotel. Such an amazing experience for him and we are very proud.
Unfortunately the team were knocked out in the next round of the Gothia Cup 2019.
Fingers crossed the team will be back next year fighting to make it to the finals and improve on their 2017 semi final defeat to France.
World Challenge 2019
Day 2 saw a change in leadership with Katie A taking the reins from Harry B. We started the day with meeting the Ground Team in country and received a number of briefs followed by lunch. The team was then tasked with getting provisions for the next Phase of the Challenge with a visit to a local market and a trip to the Hypermarket. We finished the day off with a last meal and a night full of repacking kit to fit in team equipment that needs to be carried. In the morning we leave the comfort of Ulaanbaatar and head 12 hours north west by bus. Next update will be once we return to Ulaanbaatar around the 4 August.