Thirteen students from Richard Huish College, with offers to study Medicine or Veterinary Medicine are celebrating the end of their A Level examinations.

Eleven Huish students have accepted offers to study Medicine, and two for Veterinary Science. From The Castle School, Kanis Manaf is aiming for Manchester, Millie Price has accepted Liverpool, Hanna Sebastian is holding an offer for Lancaster and Ellie Taylor has accepted an offer to study at Imperial.

Mikaella Toquero and Joe Waddon, former Heathfield Community School pupils are both holding offers to study Medicine at Exeter, as is Alex Foster from Taunton Academy. Former Queens College student Eloise Munson has accepted an offer from Birmingham, while Addy Gorman from West Somerset Community College has accepted an offer from Plymouth.

Two former Uffculme School pupils share in this success.  Will Marek has accepted an offer to study Medicine at Bristol, while Tiegan Sime has accepted an offer to study Veterinary Science at the same university. Hollie Eccles from Heathfield School has also been successful in securing an offer for Veterinary Science at Bristol.

Through specialist coordinator Dr Liz Parfitt, Huish provides dedicated support to students who want to apply to study Veterinary Science, Medicine or Dentistry. This package includes Medical Enrichment, signposting towards appropriate voluntary work, work experience placements and training for the UKCAT and BMAT admissions tests. Students also benefit from specialist support through the UCAS admissions process, careers guidance and the option to complete an Extended Project Qualification to support their university applications.

Principal John Abbott said, “I am delighted that we have so many students who have received a total of 30 offers for these highly competitive and academic university courses. It is down to their hard work and determination and the help of staff here at Huish that they have these exciting offers on the table. We wish them all the best as they await Results Day.”