A Levels: Ramsey Abbey School
STAFF and pupils at Ramsey Abbey School were celebrating another increase in the A-level pass rate – just weeks before the school joins with Ailwyn to form Abbey College. The school saw its pass rate increase to 97 per cent, with 69 per cent of students s
STAFF and pupils at Ramsey Abbey School were celebrating another increase in the A-level pass rate - just weeks before the school joins with Ailwyn to form Abbey College.
The school saw its pass rate increase to 97 per cent, with 69 per cent of students scoring A-C grades.
Acting headteacher Phil Nash said: "We're delighted with another excellent set of results that represent some of the best A-level scores ever achieved at Ramsey Abbey. The fact that we have been working towards the creation of a new school makes the achievement all the more outstanding."
Some of the best performances came from Beth Dunmall, achieving four As, Billy Hands, with three A grades and Eleanor O'Brien, Daniel Buckley and Laura Phillips, who all achieved two A and two B grades.
Jonathan Abblitt was delighted with his three A grades in computing, geography and mathematics.
He said: "I couldn't believe it at first. It took a while to sink in but it's a great feeling to know it's all over!"
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Jonathan is planning to start the computing and management course at Loughborough University.