The corridors of the Whitby High School echoed the cries of delight and surprise of the Year 13 students celebrating as they collected their A level results.

Once again, the hardworking students have gained outstanding results, which have opened the routes to move on to the next stage of their lives.

Whitby High headteacher Bryn Heeley said: “All the staff rejoice in the success of our students and continue to be extremely proud of the achievements of all our young people.

“We are pleased to continue to provide the very best in opportunities for the families of Ellesmere Port and once again these results reflect the hard work and commitment of students and staff at the school. We applaud their achievements and wish all our students continued success in the future.”

Students scrutinised their results and look forward to continued success as they move on to higher education or employment.

A level students at Whitby High School celebrate their A level results
A level students at Whitby High School celebrate their A level results
 

The following students did particularly well:

Jessica Birchall obtained grade A* in applied art, grade A in product design and grade B in media studies.

Kieran Mangan obtained grade A* in German, grade A in English language and grade B in English literature.

Louis Coughlan obtained grade A* in history, grade A in English language and grade A in German.

Jessica Charles achieved grade A in product design, grade A in applied art and grade B in geography.

Natalie Jones obtained grade A in mathematics, grade A in chemistry and grade B in biology.

Jasmine Adderton achieved grade A in art and design and grade B in English literature, geography and general studies.

Zoe Ambrose achieved grade A in applied art, grade B in English language and grade C in psychology.

Rosie Brady achieved distinction* in health and social care, with distinction in ICT.

Chelsea Butler achieved grade B in English language, ICT and product design.

Sophie Clare achieved grade A in German, B in English literature and C in government and politics.

Ryan Harding achieved grade A in art and design, grade C in media studies, grade D in English language.

Lisa Duong achieved grade A in geography, C in general studies and grade D in French.

Amy Hughes achieved grade A in applied art, grade B in media studies, grade C in product design.

Jamie Kneale achieved grade A in applied art, grade A in product design, grade B in mathematics.

Ellen Lewis obtained grade A in art and design, grade B in English language, grade D in drama.

Holly Lowe achieved grade A in applied art, grade A in art and design and grade C in product design.

Nicole McIver gained grade A in textiles, grades B in English language and in psychology.

Matthew Rutter gained grade A in English language, B in government and politics and D in biology.

The following students obtained 900 or more QCA points: Louis Coughlan, Natalie Jones, Heidi Roach, Jasmine Adderton, Jamie Kneale, Matthew Rutter and Sophie Clare.