A-level results: Dame Alice Owen’s School
THE vast majority of students at Dame Alice Owen’s School in Potters Bar have achieved top marks in their A-levels.
Headteacher 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.
An impressive 20 per cent of students at the Dugdale Hill Lane school achieved the new A-level A* grade, and 20 students have gained places at Oxford or Cambridge universities.
Mr Davison said: “We are delighted with the students’ success and results.
“It’s a great tribute to the hard work of students, staff and parents.
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He added: “We are also very happy with the number of students who received success in the new A* grade.”
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