Let's Hear It for the Students!

YOU DID IT!

A huge, massive Strong Women Squad congratulations to each and every student out there in the UK that have now received their GCSE and A-Level results.  

You made it through weeks of copying revision guides onto little coloured cards, hours of sitting in sports halls trying not to be distracted by someone with the sniffles, the long summer holidays waiting for the results to come in... you werked, you made it through, you did it.

Whatever your results, you're ready for Chapter 2.  Show the world how Strong you are.

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And a special congratulations to these Strong Women:

  Malala Yousafzai    Malala is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate.  She achieved 3 As at A-Level and earned her place studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at The University of Oxford.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate.  She achieved 3 As at A-Level and earned her place studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at The University of Oxford.

  Nikita Murray   Nikita is the sister of Martyn Hett.  Martyn died during the Manchester bombing earlier this summer, and despite being told she didn't need to sit her exams, Nikita bravely did so and received 11 As at GCSE.

Nikita Murray

Nikita is the sister of Martyn Hett.  Martyn died during the Manchester bombing earlier this summer, and despite being told she didn't need to sit her exams, Nikita bravely did so and received 11 As at GCSE.

  Inês Alves    Inês survived the Grenfell Tower fire and received a grade A in the Chemistry exam she sat the morning after her home was destroyed. She says, "It just goes to show that if you really want something you can get it.”

Inês Alves

Inês survived the Grenfell Tower fire and received a grade A in the Chemistry exam she sat the morning after her home was destroyed. She says, "It just goes to show that if you really want something you can get it.”