Clevedon teens celebrate A-level results
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MANY teenagers in Clevedon will soon be embarking on the next chapter in their lives after receiving their A-level results this morning (Thurs).
Clevedon School saw another excellent set of grades revealed with more than 13 per cent of exams graded at A* or A and 70 per cent of papers graded from A*-C.
Now, many of the students will be able to pursue their ambitions to study at a variety of universities around the country or to embark on their chosen apprenticeships or careers.
Among some of the school’s high achievers were George Harris who gained A*A*A, Ella Miller who achieved three A*A*A* and Lucy Pope who achieved AAAA.
George will go on to study maths at Bristol University, Ella plans to study medicine in Sheffield and Lucy will study drama and English also in Bristol.
Headteacher John Wells said: “This is a superb set of results with students exceeding predictions at all grade boundaries.
“It is a fitting reward for their many hours of hard work and the excellent student/teacher working partnerships we have at Clevedon.
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“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate students, staff, governors and parents for their commitment and support on the seven-year journey at Clevedon School to this finale at the end of year 13.
“Once again, it is exciting to see so many of our students going on to study a diverse range of subjects at such a wide geographical spread of universities, or gaining access to the career of their choice.
“Mr Newall (head of sixth form) joined the school a year ago and has already had a significant and positive impact on the students. The preparation for the next step in their lives has been fully supported and the key has been intensive attention to every individual and their particular needs.”