A-level results: Teachers ‘incredibly proud’ of students
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Students from Nailsea School huddled together with friends as they tore open their A-level results today (Thursday).
There were many happy faces and congratulatory hugs as students celebrated their achievements after years of hard work.
Many students performed exceptionally well, gaining top grades in their chosen subjects.
Some of the highest achievers include James Colbourn who achieved four A*s in maths, further maths and the sciences, Annabel Hancock who secured a place at Oxford University with two A*s in history and maths and an A in music.
An impressive 19 A*s and 26 As were awarded to pupils.
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Headteacher Chris Wade said: “The staff are incredibly proud of what the students have achieved, and even though grade boundaries have moved yet again they have done very well.
“I am sure I speak for all the staff in congratulating the students and wishing them good luck as they move on to the next part of their lives whether that be at university, college or in employment.”
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