The University Church of England Academy has expressed delight at the outcome of this year’s A level results.

Principal at the Ellesmere Port acadmey, Kevin McDermott, said: “They are the culmination of hard work by both students and staff and timely support from parents. 

“After four years in the academy the students’ achievements are a reflection of their commitment to our vision of success for all and our ambition for our community.

“This set of results demonstrates another continuum in our improvement, with all indicators being better than previous years, our overall pass rate was 98% with 74% of students achieving high grades.

“I would like to congratulate all our A level students on these fantastic achievements and wish them well on their next exciting step in life.”

Holly Hunter and Rebecca Evans from the University Church of England Academy
Holly Hunter and Rebecca Evans from the University Church of England Academy
 

Students who performed particularly well are Jessica Williams, Rebecca Evans, Holly Hunter, Rebekah Vanweerdenburg, Lizzy Theaker, Sophie Burke, Cory Atkins and Rebecca Edman-Challinor.

A level students across Cheshire received their results on Thursday, August 15.

We would like to celebrate their achievements with messages of support from friends and family and teachers.

If you are particularly proud of your son, daughter, niece, nephew, grandson, granddaughter, pupils or even your next-door neighbour, we would love to include your tribute.

Fill in the form below and upload a photograph of the student if possible.  All messages and photographs will be printed in our newspapers in The Pioneer on Wednesday, August 21 and The Chester Chronicle and Flintshire Chroniicle on Thursday, August 22.