A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2017: Cromwell Community College students celebrate impressive A-Level results

Cromwell Community College, Chatteris

Cromwell Community College, Chatteris

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Cromwell Community College is celebrating another year of positive A-Level results.

Almost a quarter of all A-Level grades were A* to A with two thirds of students achieving at least one A grade or Distinction*.

Nearly 10 per cent of all A-Level grades were A*, surpassing the national average. Four students gained all A* or A grades.

Jane Horn, principal, said: “We are delighted the confidence that the students and parents put in us was justified. The rapidly growing sixth form is going from strength to strength and the successes across all subjects reflect the fabulous teaching and learning at the college.

“Subjects such as Biology, Geography, Religious Studies and English performed particularly well, significantly exceeding national results.

“We are very proud of our students today and what they have all achieved.”

Stand out results included:

• Will Baker: AAA

• Olivia Carr: ABB

• Laura Davidson: A*A*B

• Sophie Dawson: A*A*A

• Frances Eastol: A*AB

• Megan Hawes: A*A*B

• Tara Herbert: A*AA

• Nathan Kent: A*AA

• Luciana Maffei: A*AC

• Ellen Turner: A*AB

• Saule Ziogelyte: A*BB


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