A-level results 2013: Huge jump in grades at Brookmans Park school

PUBLISHED: 13:17 15 August 2013 | UPDATED: 13:17 15 August 2013

Alex Anderson and Raquel Sutherland, from Chancellor's School, collecting their results

Alex Anderson and Raquel Sutherland, from Chancellor's School, collecting their results

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A SCHOOL in Brookmans Park saw its A-level results improve by an impressive 10 per cent since last year.

Students and staff at Chancellor’s School are celebrating after learning that 62 per cent of grades were A*, A or B – 10 per cent higher than last year.

Headteacher David Croston branded the results “superb”, and added: They are an excellent group of students who have not only worked hard for themselves, but have made a significant contribution to the whole school.

“It is no surprise that their results are a marked improvement on the previous year.

“We are proud of every single one of them and wish them continued success and happiness in the future.”

There were some remarkable individual performances.

The highest achievers were Robbie Clarke and Alex Tetlow, who both achieved a fantastic four A*s – top grades in every one of their subjects.

Students who also attained A* grades were Olivia Coffey, Steffi Extence, Jack Gevertz, Natasha Homer, Sam Krelle, Harry Mason, Priyan Mistry, Lia Neophytou, Clare Roper, Emma Taylor and Emma Watson.


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