Students at Neston High School are waking up this morning to another stunning set of A-level results.
In the face of a much publicised increase in rigour for A-level examinations, Neston’s results go from strength to strength.
This has been another year of 100% pass rate at A-level and with an increase in the total points and points for entry on previous years’ results.
Students Beth Glendinning, Amy Bettam, Katie Sherlock, Rosie Hollinshead and Laura McGrath said they were “over the moon” with their results and have been delighted to receive confirmation from universities to follow their academic ambitions in medicine, nursing and modern languages.
Student Emily Williams, who gained 3 Grade As, said: “I’m really pleased with my results - thank you to all my teachers for their support.”
Headteacher Steve Dool said: “A significant number of students have achieved a total results score in excess of 1,000 points; almost 200 grades achieved the gold standard of grades A* to B.
“This has been a very good year for our students and reflects the hard work put in by students and their teachers, not forgetting the unwavering support of their parents.
“We are proud of the well above national average number of our students who follow the more academic ‘facilitating A-levels’ as recommended by the prestigious Russell Group of Universities.
“We are equally proud of the 35 students who achieved a distinction* in their vocational courses - the highest grade possible. They all deserve our warmest congratulations.”
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