It’s 100% for students at ‘The Whitby’.

The school says that once again it has been another ‘excellent year’ for students at Whitby High as they received their A level results for 2014.

Nervous students waited patiently for their results before the school doors opened but nerves very quickly turned to joy as they were given their results and smiles soon filled the school.

Headteacher Bryn Heeley said: “I am absolutely delighted with the results today, particularly as students gained 100% pass rate at Advanced level study.

“At a time of such change within the examinations system this is a fantastic achievement and a real reflection of the hard work and commitment of both students and staff over the past two years.”

Students who did particularly well in their A levels were:

  • Daniel Sheldon grade A* in ICT, grade A in Mathematics, grade A in Physics and grade B in Geography
  • Alexander Noonan grade A* in History, grade A in Government and Politics and grade A in Economics
  • Lydia Jones grade A* in English Language, grade A in German and grade A in History
  • Katie Carruthers grade A* in Product Design, grade A in Art, grade B in ICT
  • Alice Jackson grade A in German, grade A in English Language and grade A in English Literature
  • Kimberley Doyle grade A in English Language, grade B in Media Studies and grade C in Psychology
  • Adam French grade A* in Product Design, grade B in Mathematics and grade B in ICT
  • Kathryn McHugh grade A in History, grade B in French and grade B in Government and Politics
  • David Appleton grade A in Product Design, grade A in Media Studies and grade C in Geography
  • Sian Green grade A in Art and Design, grade A in Product Design and grade C in English Literature
  • Laura Rigby grade A in ICT, grade A in PE studies and grade C in Mathematics

Students who also did particularly well gaining 900 or more QCA points were: Jack Price, Jack Plested, George McGraw and Bethan Wood.

Mr Heeley added: “I am extremely proud of all the achievements of our students and pleased that the school has enabled them to gain such success.

“Well done to them all and good look for the future.”

Read: A-level results 2014: University Church of England Academy

Read:  A-level results 2014: Ellesmere Port Catholic High School

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