It was another successful year for A-level students at Wrenn School in Wellingborough.
The school was buzzing this morning, full of excited students ready to celebrate their results and to confirm their university applications, after a year of extremely hard work and effort.
Steve Elliott, associate principal, said: “We are very happy with the achievements of our students.
“The number of entries achieving A* to B increased by five per cent, and 100 per cent of students achieved passes in at least two A level subjects.
“Confirmation that the school continues to improve and produce real success for its students.”
Among the many individual success stories were Stevie Devine who achieved two A* one A grade and is to study Mathematics, and Kieran Lang and Katie Collier with grades of A*, A and B.
Both are going on to read Physics at University.
In year 12 the AS results were some of the best ever seen at the school.
A quarter of entries achieved grades A* to B, and pass rates improved by 13 per cent on the previous year’s results.
Louise Ellis, head of sixth form, said: “This year’s grades continue to reflect the hard work that students have put into their studies.
“As a school we are pleased that the high expectations of learning and teaching that we provide continues to deliver improvements in results.
“We are immensely proud of all of our students and wish them well with their future studies or employment.”