A-level results 2016: Mount Grace School
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Mount Grace School pupils “made their families proud” after a successful set of A-level results.
Forty-eight per cent of grades were A* to A, including equivalents in vocational courses, up two per cent from last year, with 52 per cent of grades being A* to B.
This year 75 per cent of grades were A* to C, compared to 77 per cent in 2015.
Particularly high performers were Matt Beadle; Francesca Borghi; Lauren Dixon; Tommy Festa; Ami Gauden and Kaira Lye, who all achieved an average of 240 points (an A grade) per entry or better.
Daryl Bullock achieved a Distinction Star in performing arts among his results, and said he has developed personally throughout the course.
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“It was just a massive boost in confidence because I can see what awaits for me if I get things right,” he said.
Headteacher Peter Baker said: “The wide variety of courses on offer means that all students can reach their full potential.
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“I am delighted with these results for all of Year 13 who have worked so hard over the last two years.
“I am sure they have made their families very proud. I wish them all the best for the future at university or whatever they chose to do.”
• For more exam results news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ Education section.