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U6 students collecting their exam results

We are extremely proud of our A level students who have delivered excellence across the board, surpassing the high standard set by last year’s cohort.  These impressive A level results say much about their hard work and their determination to be the best that they can be.  We have sustained our 100% pass rate A* - E with over a third of results being either an A grade or one of the prestigious A* grades. Just over a fifth of our students gained at least one A* grade within their three or four A levels.  Special mention should be made of Sam Hough, George Needham, Jack Pesterfield and Ben Warren who each gained 3 of their grades at A* whilst Tabitha Bennett, Nia Clark, Matthew Dalton, Lucas Fuller, Sarah Gosling, Ben Samra and Dom Samra, each had 2 of their grades at A*. They were in good company with David Aby, Muzakkir Ali, Eleanor Brown, Elizabeth Crane, Melissa Hill, Rhiannon  Pearce, Steven Price, Elanor Siriwardena and Shannon Woodley  all earning an impressive array of A and A* grades for their A level subjects.  The overwhelming majority of our students have secured their first choice university place or been accepted on apprenticeship schemes.  We were delighted to learn that Ben Samra has earned a place at Cambridge to study Medicine.  This time last year, Grace Hillsmith was celebrating achieving two A* grades and an A grade and opting to take a gap year before going to university.  During her year out, she took up the challenge of studying, part-time, for an A2 in English Literature.  She earned an A grade and heads off to study Medicine at Newcastle in September. All our students are to be congratulated on their fabulous achievements.  They leave with our very best wishes for the future.

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