A-level results: Clevedon School’s ‘pride’ at students’ ‘excellent’ results
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Students at Clevedon School collected their A-level results this morning (Thursday) as their time at the school officially came to an end.
Some 21 per cent of students achieved the top A*-A grades and will be starting courses at a range of universities next month.
The Valley Road school had an overall pass rate of 97 per cent this year – down from last year’s 100 per cent pass rate – and 74 per cent of pupils achieved A*-C grades.
The school’s head of sixth form, Jeremy Newall, said teachers were delighted with how students had performed.
He said: “They have every reason to feel very proud of their excellent achievements, and equally as impressive has
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been the way they have supported each other and younger members of the school.”
* For more A-level results coverage pick up a copy of next week’s Times.
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