Record Number Of Oxford And Medicine Places, And A Very Special Apprenticeship

We are proud to announce that, at the completion of the UCAS process, 2 students have been offered places at Oxford University and all 5 Medicine applicants have been successful. These students have been preparing for their interviews and applications since September and have to undergo a number of extra tests and processes in order to be successful.

Sam Millington (Physics) and Max Hudson (Engineering) have both been offered places at Oxford.

Kate Harrison, Mikey Kessell, Emily Booth, Daisy Slater and Lucy Cook-Davies have all achieved at least one offer from Medical schools, a rare thing indeed!

Joel Mitchell has been offered a place at the highly prestigious Dyson Institute, only one of 48 places internationally! This is a very special opportunity to study and work with world leading experts in a variety of engineering fields.

It is our sixth consecutive year of successful applicants to both Oxbridge and Medicine, and show that our students are capable of achieving at the highest level nationally.

We run a bespoke programme for our high ability students to give them the level of preparation and confidence to apply for these elite institutions. This involves students working with specialist tutors who run academic mentoring and interview preparation sessions, alongside university visits and UCAS support. If you wish to find out more about this, please contact the Sixth Form on