A-levels: Wrenn School, Wellingborough

Students celebrating their A-level results at Wrenn School
Students celebrating their A-level results at Wrenn School

Staff and students from Wrenn School are celebrating collecting their A-level results.

One third of entries were grade B or higher, and 92 per cent of the students gained at least three A-levels.

Across the school as a whole, results were every bit as good as those achieved over the past few years.

Among the success stories was Shona King, who achieved two A* and two A grades.

Nathanael Barry, Lerissa Mistry and Niquita Munowenyu also achieved clean sweeps of A* and A grades.

Particularly strong subjects this year included maths (where 40 per cent of the grades were A* or A) and English literature, with visual and performing arts subjects (including dance, music, drama, film studies and photography) also doing extremely well.

Headteacher William Thallon said: “This is a great performance by an outstanding group of students.

“They have worked exceedingly hard over the past two years, and their families and teachers will take enormous pleasure in their success. It’s fantastic!”