Students celebrate impressive A-level success
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