A-LEVEL RESULTS: Thomas Alleyne School, Stevenage
THE future is bright for Thomas Alleyne School students, with more than 90 per cent of its pupils already securing university places and jobs and the remainder confident of a university place through clearing.
There are 39 pupils in Year 13 at the school, with 29 of those applying for a university place. The other 10 all have secured apprenticeships and jobs.
Of those students, Tom Smith got an A* and two Bs, which was good enough to earn him a place at Durham University to study Criminology.
Julia White, who got an A*, an A and a B will go to Loughborough to study English.
One student set records all round in her AS-level results. Rebecca Burge got As in physics, biology, English and music - the first time any student at the school has ever achieved four straight As at that level.
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She also scored full marks in one of her physics papers, only one of four students in the entire country to do so.
Chairman of governors Richard Stephens said: “We are really, really happy, very proud of all our students.
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“Most of the students got the grades that they should have got, with a few doing better than expected.
“That’s the good thing about a small school - you can zoom in on each student, concentrate on what they need to achieve, and how they can get to that level.”
The pass rate of A*-E grades was 98 per cent.