GCSE Results: 'Outstanding'
AT Abbey College, Ramsey, headteacher Wayne Birks praised the outstanding efforts of his students, taking exams in the school s first year since amalgamation. Of the students, 51 per cent achieved five or more grades at A*-C, while 94 per cent achieved
AT Abbey College, Ramsey, headteacher Wayne Birks praised the "outstanding" efforts of his students, taking exams in the school's first year since amalgamation.
Of the students, 51 per cent achieved five or more grades at A*-C, while 94 per cent achieved five passes at A*-G.
The college's top performer was Jenny Ansell, who scored 10 GCSEs at A* - along with two A grades.
Jenny, 16, secured the top possible grades in every subject - with theA grades in English and French.
She said she thought she had done "quite well" and will be staying on at Ramsey to study biology, chemistry, maths and geography at A-level.
Another high achiever at the school was Amy Ruddlestone, 16, who claimed six A* and six A grades.
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Amy is planning to take five subjects at A-level - biology, chemistry, physics, maths and French - and says she wants to read natural sciences at university.