A-level results: Dame Alice Owen's School
THE vast majority of students at Dame Alice Owen's School in Potters Bar have achieved 'outstanding' results in their A-levels. Headteacher Dr Alan Davison said he was delighted with this year's examination results which saw 96 per cent of pupils achieve
THE vast majority of students at Dame Alice Owen's School in Potters Bar have achieved "outstanding" results in their A-levels.
Headteacher Dr Alan Davison said he was delighted with this year's examination results which saw 96 per cent of pupils achieve a grade A to C.
A massive 86 per cent of the students in the Dugdale Hill Lane school achieved a grade A or B.
And 27 students are going on to further their studies at Oxford and Cambridge - a record number for the school.
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Mr Davison said: "We are ecstatic with our outstanding results.
"It's a great tribute to the hard work of students, staff and parents.
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"It really has been an outstanding year."
He added: "There are a lot of happy faces around school today.
"It is a great day.