A-level results: The Ferrers School, Huxlow Science College and Rushden Academy

Naomi Lawes, Jack Nason, Jasmine Simmons, Josh Rising, Luke Brown and Tyler James
Naomi Lawes, Jack Nason, Jasmine Simmons, Josh Rising, Luke Brown and Tyler James
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The Ferrers School, Huxlow Science College and Rushden Academy once again celebrating some outstanding A-level results.

Jonathan Giles, headteacher at The Ferrers School, speaking on behalf of all three headteachers, said how delighted he was that the hard work of students and staff had been rewarded with some excellent results.

Dave Brazier, Alex Williams and Connor Shears

Dave Brazier, Alex Williams and Connor Shears

He said: “We celebrate all our students’ success and are pleased that all those students wanting university places have been successful.

“We are particularly proud of those achieving top A* and A grades and for the first time in many years, our boys have outperformed the girls in achieving these high grades.”

Jack Nason from Ferrers has secured his place at Cambridge University to read Modern and Medieval Languages.

Jack achieved A* grades in French, German History and an A in General Studies, with A grades in every exam module sat.

James Tyler, also from Ferrers, achieved A* in Further Mathematics and Physics and A grades in Mathematics and Chemistry.

He will take his place at Nottingham to study Physics and Nanoscience. David Brazier from Rushden aims to study Psychology at Reading University having achieved alongside his A levels an amazing A* in his Extended Project Qualification in Psychology.

Lucy Tyrell and Nathaniel Crisp, both from Huxlow, were delighted to gain AAA grades along with Thomas Gough who achieved A* AA and all will now take up their university places.

Consortium students achieved some stunning BTEC results and a record number of students were awarded grades at the highest level including: Chloe Littler and Sophie Kealaher in Health and Care, Amber Fitzgerald and Mathew Dean in Sport, and Ryan Hodges Alison Trille and Alisha Bassey in Performing Arts. 

The AS results were also pleasing, particularly in Further Mathematics.

A total of 14 students achieved an amazing 58 A grades across all their modules and Jack Terry from Huxlow took seven modules and achieved 100 per cent on every module.