School celebrates 100 per cent pass rate

School celebrates 100 per cent pass rate

School celebrates 100 per cent pass rate

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A school has been celebrating after recording a 100 per cent pass rate in its A-Level results.

Heathfield School for Girls, in Pinner, got a 100 per cent pass rate in grades A* to D, with 20 per cent of pupils getting grades of A*.

Head girl Rosemary Parnham got two A*s and an A and will be studying English literature at Warwick University.

She said: “I am very relieved and extremely happy. I have to thank all the teachers and staff at Heathfield for contributing to my achievements; I couldn’t have done it without them.”

Headteacher Anne Stevens said: “I am thrilled with these outstanding results and congratulate our girls on their hard work and dedication and the teachers for their excellent teaching, support and guidance.”

The school in Beaulieu Drive is now set to close and merge with Northwood College from September this year.

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8:43pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Harrow Dude says...

Well done to all the students and teachers at Heathfield School you have all "done Harrow proud" Lets hope the merger brings the same results in the future...
Well done to all the students and teachers at Heathfield School you have all "done Harrow proud" Lets hope the merger brings the same results in the future... Harrow Dude
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2:56pm Sat 16 Aug 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

Hearty Congrats to Heathffield School for their excellent results.They have been consistently topping the charts.Hope your good record will continue in future,even after the merger.
Hearty Congrats to Heathffield School for their excellent results.They have been consistently topping the charts.Hope your good record will continue in future,even after the merger. Sonoo Malkani
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1:23pm Sun 7 Sep 14

DJFearRoss says...

Well done.
But what is more important now is that these girls can either choose to continue their studies or be allowed to look for work. We live in such a diverse community now and is common knowledge now that many girls of a certain background are being married off after leaving school without being given this choice.

The schools and government are turning a blind eye to this and it has got to stop.
Well done. But what is more important now is that these girls can either choose to continue their studies or be allowed to look for work. We live in such a diverse community now and is common knowledge now that many girls of a certain background are being married off after leaving school without being given this choice. The schools and government are turning a blind eye to this and it has got to stop. DJFearRoss
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5:41pm Mon 8 Sep 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

DJFearRoss has made an important point but will be pleased to know that although this was commonplace in the past the government is taking FORCED MARRIAGES very seriously and have made considerable headway.

Of course,a great deal more needs to be done so the Metropolitan Police have been holding special events open to the whole community to enlighten them and raise awareness of these issues and to help them combat such injustices.They are treating this with due care.

You will appreciate This is being done in partnership with many agencies in our diverse communities.Such important issues can only be sorted eventually with much community support and cascading of information by those in each of our communities with help form our local Police.

The Swaminarayan Hindu Temple in Stanmore,held a large gathering for a huge number of organisations and loads of community members,early this year to enlighten and empower our community about this.

So,let's not get the wrong impression that nothing is happening to address this important matter.It needs a lot of comittment and effort only then will the Police be able to tackle it head on.
DJFearRoss has made an important point but will be pleased to know that although this was commonplace in the past the government is taking FORCED MARRIAGES very seriously and have made considerable headway. Of course,a great deal more needs to be done so the Metropolitan Police have been holding special events open to the whole community to enlighten them and raise awareness of these issues and to help them combat such injustices.They are treating this with due care. You will appreciate This is being done in partnership with many agencies in our diverse communities.Such important issues can only be sorted eventually with much community support and cascading of information by those in each of our communities with help form our local Police. The Swaminarayan Hindu Temple in Stanmore,held a large gathering for a huge number of organisations and loads of community members,early this year to enlighten and empower our community about this. So,let's not get the wrong impression that nothing is happening to address this important matter.It needs a lot of comittment and effort only then will the Police be able to tackle it head on. Sonoo Malkani
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