Sixth Form students at Abbey College, Ramsey, are celebrating a "fantastic" set of A-Level results today (August 17).

Early indications at the school show that most students have secured places on their first-choice university courses.

Samantha Moore, head of Sixth Form at Abbey College, said: "We are delighted for all the students who have worked so hard to achieve these exceptional results, with every grade reflecting the dedication and persistence seen throughout their last few years of study."

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Abbey College Sixth Form's top performers:

  • Elliott Allan: Achieved A* in maths, further maths and physics and has an offer to study engineering at the University of Cambridge (Gonville and Caius College).
  • Caitlyn Herbert: Achieved an A* in fine art and A in biology and psychology and looks to continue her study of psychology at the University of York.
  • Eleanor Smith: Achieved Distinctions in applied science, business studies and engineering and will complete a pharmaceutical dispensary apprenticeship.
  • Isla Radford: Achieved a Distinction in applied science, an A in fine art, and a B in criminology and will study forensic science at Anglia Ruskin University.
  • Teodora Rosu: Achieved excellent chemistry, maths and biology results and will be studying chemistry at University College London.

'We wish them every success'

Samantha Moore added: "While there has been much discussion about A-Level results, we should not forget that for many of these students, this will be the first formal exams they sat after their GCSE exams were disrupted by the pandemic.

"Alongside their academic achievements, we're most proud to have seen our students grow into successful young adults, ready to face the further challenges of studying at university, apprenticeships, or the world of work.

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"We are pleased that most of our students have achieved entry to their first-choice universities or apprenticeships.

"We wish them every success in their continuation of academic studies or at the beginning of their new careers."