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!"

Most Read

Jonathan is planning to start the computing and management course at Loughborough University.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter