A levels: Hinchingbrooke School

AT Hinchingbrooke School, 75 out of the 391 students who sat the A-level exams achieved A grades and 272 achieved A-C grades. With the pass rate at more than 95 per cent and a six per cent increase in the number of students achieving A and B grades, head

AT Hinchingbrooke School, 75 out of the 391 students who sat the A-level exams achieved A grades and 272 achieved A-C grades.

With the pass rate at more than 95 per cent and a six per cent increase in the number of students achieving A and B grades, headmaster Keith Nancekievill was thrilled with the results.

He said: "We are delighted with the pass rate this year. Students have worked very hard and done really well.

"We are especially pleased with the increase in A and B grades."

Top of the class was Hammad Parwaiz who obtained five As and is going to Jesus College in Cambridge to study medicine.

Other star students were Hannah King and Natalie Pease who both achieved four A grades and are going on to study medicine. Hazel Bannister and Claire Joyner both achieved four A grades and Emily Bedford achieved three A grades.

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