A-level results 2017: Mount Grace School

Left to right: Ms Gardner, Sam Piper, Jack Hetherington, Arlo Francis, Tylre Stevens, Ms Indra, Rach

Left to right: Ms Gardner, Sam Piper, Jack Hetherington, Arlo Francis, Tylre Stevens, Ms Indra, Rachael Straw, Megan Brown, Daniella Capaldo, Ellie Lawson, Daniel Wawrzak. Image supplied by Mount Grace School - Credit: Image supplied by Mount Grace

Over 80 pupils received their A-level results today at Mount Grace School, with 73 per cent achieving grades A*-C at level 3 in what headmaster Peter Baker has described as “a great result.”

Left to right: Ms Gardner, Tom Hingston, Hayden Stone, Ms Indra. Image supplied by Mount Grace Schoo

Left to right: Ms Gardner, Tom Hingston, Hayden Stone, Ms Indra. Image supplied by Mount Grace School - Credit: Image supplied by MountGrace

Among the top performers at the Potters Bar school were Zack Abbatecola, Charlotte Bigg, Nicole Bissett, Arlo Francis, Terri Harrhy, Jack Hetherington, Eleanor Lawson and Jake Trounce, all of whom achieved the highest grades.

A school spokesperson said: “Mount Grace students have proved yet again how resilient they can be.”

Over half the pupils have accepted higher education places including at Queen Mary University in London, and York.

In addition, pupils have found apprenticeships and placements at companies including the BBC, Claremont Consulting and Ted Baker.

Left to right: Ms Indra, Jessica Bavetta, Charlotte Bigg, Nicole Bissett, Terri Harrhy, Ms Gardner.

Left to right: Ms Indra, Jessica Bavetta, Charlotte Bigg, Nicole Bissett, Terri Harrhy, Ms Gardner. Image supplied by Mount Grace School - Credit: Image supplied by Mount Grace


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Mr Baker said: “This is another set of great A-level results.

“I am thrilled that so many students have achieved their ambitions and are now going on to higher education or advanced apprenticeships.

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“I wish them all the best of luck in the next phase of their lives.”

• For more A-level results day news, visit our Education section at www.whtimes.co.uk/news/education

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