A Rickmansworth boarding school has been left delighted with its "brilliant" with A-Level results.

The Royal Masonic School for Girls had 47% of students get an A* to A in their exams.

Two pupils are set to attend Cambridge while many others will move on to Russell Group universities.

Head of sixth form, Clare Freeman, said: “I am very pleased with our results, the girls have worked so hard and achieved good grades.

“It is definitely a fair set of results and the universities have been great in communicating with us and keeping us in the loop with results and clearing.”

Watford Observer:

For this cohort of students, this is the first set of externally marked exams they have sat as their GCSEs were impacted by Covid.

Head girl Diya Chotai said: “It was definitely challenging but RMS gave me lots of support and I am very grateful for my teachers.”

Watford Observer: Diya said RMS gave me a lot of support I am very lucky.Diya said RMS gave me a lot of support I am very lucky. (Image: RMS for girls)

She is heading to Kings College London to study Sports and Medical Sciences.

RMS in Rickmansworth Path is a private day and boarding school.