Wollaston School’s headteacher has paid tribute to students who picked up their A-level results this morning.
Pupils are heading off to universities including Oxford and Durham, and headteacher Michael Browne said: “I am delighted that so many of our students have achieved significant examination success.
“This is a tribute to their hard work and the superb support and mentoring of our staff.
“Many of our students have aspired to places in the very top universities in the country, and I am delighted to see that their hard work has paid off.
“They have very exciting futures ahead of them.”
Among those celebrating is Ashleigh Pittams of Earls Barton, whose achieved no fewer than four A* grades in biology, chemistry, mathematics and psychology, and will be taking up a place at Birmingham University to read medicine.
Oliver Smith, of Wollaston, recorded A*A*A and will take up a place at Oxford University to read physics.
Jessica Bridgman, of Earls Barton, got A*AA, while Amber Sacke, of Irchester, achieved AAA and now plans to study anthropology at Durham University.