Students flocked to Wollaston School at 9am today to find out their final outcomes after two years’ hard work in the sixth form.
Headteacher Joe Cowell said that overall he was very pleased with results which were very similar to last year’s best ever results, with slightly higher numbers of students attaining A or A* grades.
20 per cent of A-level grades were at A or A* and more than 80 per cent were at A* to C.
All of the following students achieved at least three A grades at A-level:
-Luc Costello-Heaven: A* grades in Biology and Chemistry, A grade in German
- Thomas Kilcoyne: A* grade in Maths, A grades in Further Maths and Physics, B grade in German
- Amy Bromilow: A* grade in Philosophy & Ethics, A grades in English Literature and History
- Daisy Edwards: A* grade in Art & Design, A grades in English literature and Philosophy & Ethics
- Matthew Gent: A* grade in Maths, A grades in Chemistry and Physics
- Jessica Hollingshurst: A* grade in Philosophy & Ethics, A grades in English Literature and Geography
- Jacob Shellard: A* grade in Maths, A grades in Chemistry and Physics
- Andrew Turnbull: A grades in History, Maths and Physics
Students doing vocational subjects at A-level also did extremely well, with several students attaining the highest grades, distinction, in three or more subjects.
Students who did particularly well were the following:
- Emily Sallow: Double Starred Distinction in Health Studies, Starred Distinction in Hospitality and in Travel and Tourism
- Emily Higgins: Double Starred Distinction in Travel and Tourism and Double Starred Distinction in Hospitality
- Sophie Jenkins: Double Starred Distinction in Hospitality and Starred Distinction plus Distinction in Travel and Tourism
- Hannah Curtis: Distinction in Computing and Double Distinction in Health Studies
More than 80 of the sixth form students will now be continuing their education at a whole range of university institutions across the country.