Celebrations as Weavers School pupils get best-ever A Level results

Monal Patel and Nathan De Broize-King from Weavers School in Wellingborough with their A Level results

Monal Patel and Nathan De Broize-King from Weavers School in Wellingborough with their A Level results

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Weavers School pupils achieved the school’s best ever A Level results this year.

Headteacher Jon Davis said: “There has been a 12 per cent improvement to grades overall this year with a substantial increase in the proportion of top A* to C grades, with 10 students achieving three A grades or more. This success has ensured that the vast majority of students have secured their first choice places at university or in their chosen career path.

“All students achieved in line with their target grades, with some excellent individual results.

“I am very proud of the dedication and commitment demonstrated by my students in achieving these results. Their fantastic work ethic has paid dividends. I congratulate them all and wish them every success during their university life and beyond.”

Weavers pupil Monal Patel achieved A* grades in physics and maths and A grades in chemistry and further maths. He will study mechanical engineering at Imperial College.

He said: “I wasn’t sure I was going to get in but I made it, I’m very pleased.”

Nathan De Broize-King, 18, said: “I got what I needed to get into my first choice uni, Coventry, to do music. I’m very pleased, I was nervous.”

Shray Patel, 18, got three A grades in ICT and an A* in sport. He is set to go to De Montfort University in Leicester to study marketing and management. He said: “It has been hard work the last couple of years, especially the last couple of months, but it was worth it. I’m looking forward to uni.”

Usha Patel, 18, got three A grades in ICT and a C in citizenship. She is set to study business computing at Brunel Univeristy. She said: “I’m really excited to go to uni.”

Several Year 12 Weavers pupils also came in to pick up their AS Level results.

Ashley Bland got an A in maths, a B in further maths, a B in physics and a distinction for ICT. He said: “I’m really pleased.”