Stu­dents cel­e­brate im­pres­sive A-level suc­cess

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STU­DENTS at Christ the King Catholic high School were cel­e­brat­ing ex­cel­lent A-level and vo­ca­tional re­sults af­ter two years of hard work, de­ter­mi­na­tion and re­silience.

There was great ex­cite­ment as they re­alised their dreams of univer­sity and ap­pren­tice­ships.

Par­ents, teach­ers and stu­dents were proud of their achieve­ments.

Head­teacher James Lan­caster said he was so pleased to see so many young peo­ple in­cred­i­bly pos­i­tive about the next stage in their ed­u­ca­tional jour­ney.

He said he was sure that the qual­i­ties and val­ues that they have de­vel­oped in ad­di­tion to their aca­demic achieve­ments will en­sure they con­tinue to grow as outstanding young adults.

Head of sixth form James Alexan­der thanked all the staff and par­ents for their hard work and sup­port through­out the past two years and wished the stu­dents all the very best for the next ex­cit­ing stage in their lives.

Stu­dents cel­e­brat­ing their ex­cel­lent A-level re­sults, in­clud­ing Is­abelle Gib­bons, right, who will be go­ing on to study at Ox­ford Univer­sity

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