A levels: Students’ hard work pays off
IN the first year since the amalgamation with Ailwyn School, the headteacher at Abbey College in Ramsey was celebrating a 97 per cent pass rate at A-level. Wayne Birks told The Hunts Post: I am very pleased indeed with our first set of A-level results. S
IN the first year since the amalgamation with Ailwyn School, the headteacher at Abbey College in Ramsey was celebrating a 97 per cent pass rate at A-level.
Wayne Birks told The Hunts Post: "I am very pleased indeed with our first set of A-level results. Staff and students have worked very hard in the first year of the new school and these results reflect their combined efforts."
The A-C A-level pass rate was 62 per cent.
One of the top performing students was the college's head boy Andrew Polley, 18, who achieved an A grade in drama and B grades in English and history. Andrew will go to Leeds University to study law.
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Dale Christmas, also 18, achieved two A grades - in music and music technology - along with a B grade in English literature. He will study music at Hull.
Fellow 18-year-old Helen Ayres obtained three A grades in maths, physics and chemistry and will go to Oxford University to study engineering sciences.
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Camille Bellchamber, 18, achieved A grades in history, physics and philosophy and ethics. She is planning to take a legal executive course and pursue a career in law.
Rachael Hill secured A grades in maths and physics, along with B grades in music and chemistry. She will study physics at Warwick.