STAFF at Myton School said they were ‘delighted’ at the results of A Level students this year.
The school received an overall pass rate of 100 per cent with 27 per cent of results standing at A* or A, and over 80 per cent at A* to C.
In addition to the three A Levels achieved by 95% of students, many also gained the Extended Project qualification, a research and analysis based study in preparation for higher education.
And the success of their exam achievements has seen many students secure a place at their university of choice.
Among those who achieved top marks were –
- Emily Wright A*A*AA – history and philosophy at The University of Sheffield
- Jonathan Rutherford A*A*AA – law and french at Bristol University
- Timmy Cooper A*A*A – maths at Cambridge University
- Sam Wood A*A*A – medicine at Cardiff University
- Jason Wong A*AAA – medicine at Birmingham University
- Emily Bessant A*AA – nursing at Oxford Brookes
- Jaspreet Natt A*AA – economics at LSE
- Ray Ball A*AA – law at Warwick University
- Amy Nelson A*AA – geography at Bristol University
- Finlay Stevenson A*AA – politics at Bristol University
- Pippa Watson A*AA – psychology at UCL
- Amani Ziyat AAAA – Master of Engineering at Edinburgh University
- Gabe Hunt AAA – Master of Engineering at Loughborough University
- Luis Martin AAA – German and linguistics at Oxford University
- Jasmin Rai AAA – computer science at Southampton University
- Tom Scott AAA – (destination not provided)
- Sinead Sunner AAA – medicinal and biological chemistry at Nottingham University
Headteacher Andy Perry said: “A combination of excellent teaching and outstanding support from our Sixth Form team has inspired our students to work hard and we are proud that at Myton our year 13s leave us so well prepared for University, apprenticeships or the workplace.”