Students at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford have once again attained impressive A-level results, with all students passing at least three A-levels.
Seventy per cent of all grades achieved at the Station Road school were at A* to B.
Headteacher Angie Francis said: “I am very pleased for the students who are now set to follow their chosen courses and career paths. Without the January examinations it was far more pressured for the students but they have done themselves proud.
“I congratulate them on their results and would also like to pay tribute to their teachers for the high level of support they have offered the students.”
Particularly impressive results were obtained by the following students who obtained 3 or more A*/A grades at A-level:
- Ginny Banham (Geography - A*, double applied business - A*A*, extended project - A*, DT textiles - A)
- Israel Bucko (Psychology - A, sociology – A, religious studies - A)
- Georgia Cragg (Double applied business – A*A*, geography - A)
- Aimee Fry (Double applied business - A* A, health and social care - A)
- Kerensa Gaunt (German- A*, French – A, mathematics- A, chemistry - A)
- Adam Howlett (Physics – A*, chemistry – A, mathematics - A)
- Kelly Lee (English literature – A*, biology- A, chemistry - A)
- Sophie White (English literature - A*, applied business - A*, health and social care - A)