The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) has given Excellence Awards to the school pupils who achieved the highest marks nationally in the 2018 geography examinations.
The Society’s Excellence Awards recognise and celebrate the hard work and success of the pupils who achieve the highest marks in the GCSE, IGCSE, A Level, Pre-U and International Baccalaureate geography examinations each year.
Steve Brace, the Society’s Head of Education and Outdoor Learning, said:
“Today’s young people have a keen interest in many key geographical issues, including climate change, and studying geography helps them to better understand the world’s people, places and environments, and how they are changing. The Society is delighted to recognise the outstanding success of these students. Our Excellence Awards reflect their hard work, the support of their geography teachers, and the students’ curiosity about their world, which we hope they will carry with them into the future.”
The winning students, named below, each receive a voucher and certificate from the Society.
Geography A Level
Benedict Cradick from Cardiff High School, Cardiff
Alexander Matthews from King Edward VI School, Warwickshire
Leila Allan from The Tiffin Girls’ School, Surrey
Timothy Goodman from Westminster School, London
Lucy Thomas from King Edwards’s School, Bath
Peter Gillanders from The Wallace High School, Lisburn
Alannah Coburn from Loreto Grammar School, Omagh
Martha Gritt from Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar School, Royal Tunbridge Wells
Geography International Baccalaureate Higher Level
William Bezodis from The British School, Warsaw
Geography International Baccalaureate Standard Level
Bryan Chang from King Edward’s School, Birmingham
Boris Fonarkov from City of London School, London
Fleur Sawday from Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, Hertfordshire
Georgia Weeks from Guildford High School, Guildford
Lloyd Smith from Bryntirion Comprehensive School, Bridgend
Joseph Hinchcliff from Ysgol Brynhyfryd, Denbighshire
Emily Finston from St Paul’s Girls’ School, London
Michael Penston from The Kings School, Devon
Meg Savage from Farlington School, Horsham
Matthew Chan from Perse School, Cambridge
Ethan Aho from Perse School, Cambridge
Samuel Broadhead from Tapton School, Sheffield
Anna Trimble from The Wallace High School, Lisburn
Olivia Moran from Tunbridge Wells Girls’ School, Royal Tunbridge Wells
Luke Kong from Wallington County Grammar School, Surrey
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