A-level results 2015: Fearnhill School, Letchworth

Emma Taylor, who achieved A*, A and B grades in her A-level results, with her two teachers Ms Lindsa

Emma Taylor, who achieved A*, A and B grades in her A-level results, with her two teachers Ms Lindsay and Mrs Francis. - Credit: Archant

Fearnhill School students who received their A-level results this morning have surpassed expectations according to their headteacher.

Amarjyot Dhillon achieved two A grades and a B and is off to University College London to read biolo

Amarjyot Dhillon achieved two A grades and a B and is off to University College London to read biological sciences. - Credit: Archant

Among the success stories at the Letchworth school is Emma Taylor who achieved A*, A and B grades and will attend Loughborough University to study Social Psychology.

She said: “I’m so pleased that the hard work has paid off and my seven years at Fearnhill has got me where I wanted to go.”

Emma is joined in her A-level success by Amarjyot Dhillon who achieved two A grades and a B to secure his place at University College London to read Biological Sciences.

Hannah Ryall who will be studying Biomedical Science at Warwick University said: “I can’t believe I’m actually going to Warwick after wanting to study science at university for so long!”


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At AS level Hiru Senehedeera and Isaac Barkway each achieved straight A grades for all of their four subjects, setting them up for their A-level exams next year.

Headteacher Jed Whelan said: “I am thrilled with our results. Our students have risen to the challenge of competing for courses at the top universities and they have secured their places.

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“The hard work of every student is reflected in the grades they have achieved. I am particularly pleased that many students, across the ability range, have surpassed expectation and achieved higher grades than expected.

“All of the students and their dedicated teachers can be proud of what they have achieved together.

“We would also like to thank our primary school colleagues for the efforts they put into ensuring students have the foundations to deliver this success.

“We often forget the great foundation work done in the early key stages.”

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