A-level pass rate of 97pc for Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey

12:07 14 August 2014

Jonathan Digby, principal of Sir Harry Smith Community College.

Jonathan Digby, principal of Sir Harry Smith Community College.

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Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, is celebrating an overall A-level pass rate of 97 per cent.

More than two-thirds of students (72 per cent) achieved A*-C grades, with 45 per cent gaining A*-B grades.

Principal Jonathan Digby said: “The students have worked extremely hard this year to achieve this level of success and they deserve to feel very proud of their exam results.

“The results reflect the hard work and dedication of the students and staff at Sir Harry Smith Community College.

“I would like to mention the following students who did exceptionally well in their subjects and will be studying Engineering, Social and Political Science, Law and Writing and Directing Performance at their chosen university: Thomas Baxter, who gained A*, A, A, B; Alex Forrest, who gained A*, A*, A; Tori Bos, who gained A, A, A; Megan Bailey, who gained A*, A, A.”

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  • Well done to all at Sir Harry's - even better results than a certain school in the centre of the universe that is March!!

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    Ian Fleming

    Thursday, August 14, 2014

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