Clevedon students celebrate results
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THE number of A-level exams passed with A*-A grades at Clevedon School has rocketed this year.
With results papers handed out this morning (Thurs), the Valley Road school has seen a 10 per cent increase in the number of exams passed with the top grades compared with 2013.
More students than ever before have also secured places at their first choice university, apprenticeship or job. This includes the school’s highest number of Oxford University and Russell Group universities.
Head of sixth form Jeremy Newall said: “By every measure I am proud of all the students and their results.
“The reward is fully justified when you consider their hard work, the commitment of staff who teach them as well as the support they receive from home.”
The total percentage of papers passed with A*-A was 23 per cent and the percentage of papers achieving A*-C totalled 67 per cent.
Notable individual performances also came from Liam Holmes, Michael Stock, Polli Tucker, Dan Webb, Anna Jones, Georgia Sapsworth, Ben Turner, Chris Waren, Ellie Livingston and Josh Blannin, who all achieved a combination of A*-A grades and have gained places at Russell Group universities.
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Sam Barnes also achieved A* and A grades and will now begin a rare employment and studying opportunity through financial firm KPMG and Durham University as part of their undergraduate recruitment scheme.
Headteacher John Wells said: “The growth in the number of A*-A grades and improvement in results in both AS results and A-levels means students have more choice than ever before as to what they can go on to achieve.”