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Congratulations to our cohort of 26 A Level students who have achieved outstanding results. An incredible 57 percent gained A*-B grades and three pupils achieved straight A*/A grades across all subjects.
Rebecca Elvidge, 18, achieved an A in Business, A in Geography and A in Maths, as well as an A grade in her Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), securing her place at the University of Bristol to study Law.
Francesca Muir-Harris, 18, is delighted to have achieved an A in Biology, A in Chemistry and A in Maths, plus a B grade in her EPQ. She will now study Biochemistry with Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University of Bristol.
George O’Neill, 18, achieved an A* in Maths, A in Physics, A in Chemistry, as well as A grades in AS General Studies and Further Maths.
Headmaster, Tom Brooksby paid tribute to our students’ outstanding achievements: “I’m extremely proud of the strong performance from this year’s cohort. It’s another strong year of results, with six students also achieving passes in their EPQ. Our students should feel very proud; they have been a credit to the School and we wish them well as they embark on the next stage of their education. I would also like to pay tribute to our team of expert teachers who constantly go ‘above and beyond’ to support our students and help them reach their full potential.”
A*-A = 23%
A*-B = 57%