A-level results: Record-breaking results at St Katherine’s School
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Students at St Katherine’s School in Pill are celebrating after achieving its best ever A-level results.
Year 13 pupils achieved a 99 per cent A-level pass rate with 48 per cent of them reaching grades at A*-B. More than 98 per cent of students applying for university have also been awarded a place at their first choice.
The school’s good reputation in vocational courses also continued with a 100 per cent success rate and an average grade of distinction.
Christopher Sammons, headteacher, said: “These results reflect the hard work of students and their teachers.
“We would like to wish all our students the very best for successful futures in whatever they choose to do.”
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