Kingsley girls are celebrating today after achieving a 100 per cent pass rate at A Level, with 55 per cent gaining A*, A and B grades.
Among many individual successes was Abigail Evans of Armscote, who can now embark on her life’s ambition of training to be a vet after getting A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Maths and A* in Art. She will study veterinary medicine at Nottingham University.
Hannah Caldwell of Rowington, Warwick was awarded A* in English Language/Literature, A in Textiles and A in Religion, Ethics and Philosophy, enabling her to take up a place at university to read English Studies. Hannah is pictured right.
“Once again we have seen an excellent set of results from our Upper Sixth girls, who have all worked hard over the past two years and deserve their success. The school has high expectations of all our pupils, who have shown tremendous commitment to their studies to achieve their grades,” says Acting Head Teacher, Mrs Catherine Robbins.
Click here to see a full breakdown of results: A Level Results 2010.doc