Students star with scores of A grades
ALL Hallows has enjoyed another year of A Level success.
The 65 students taking the exams notched up an overall pass rate of 99.5 per cent with 36pc at the higher grades of A*-B, and an impressive 20pc of all grades were A*.
Teachers of mathematics, psychology and art are particularly delighted with the number of students progressing to university to study their subjects.
Tony Billings, principal at All Hallows, said: “We wish all our students the very best as they continue their academic studies, move into work or take up advanced level modern apprenticeships.
“They have been a wonderful group of young people to work with and they’ve made a great contribution as young leaders at All Hallows.”
The highest performing female student was Harriet Pickup with four A-levels – three A*s and an A – who will be reading chemistry at Liverpool University.
The highest performing male student was Nathan Wanjau with an A* and two As, who will be reading mathematics at Durham University.
The schools head boy and head girl, who have juggled their studies with their leadership roles over