A-LEVEL RESULTS 2013: Marriotts School, Stevenage

Students at Marriotts School celebrate getting their A-level results and a place at university

Students at Marriotts School celebrate getting their A-level results and a place at university - Credit: Archant

THE new headteacher of Marriotts School in Stevenage said she is “incredibly proud” after 95% of students passed their A-level and BTEC exams.

A total of 62% of pupils at the school, which moved into a new building in Brittain Way in January, achieved A* to B grades, with 37% getting all A*s and As.

Incoming headteacher Bethany Honnor, who takes over from Geraint Edwards in September, said: “At Marriotts School we are incredibly proud of the achievements of all our students in their recent A level and Level 3 BTEC examinations.

“We would like to pay tribute to the hard work and positive attitude which have earned students these great results and we recognise how the dedication and commitment of staff have contributed to our students’ success.

“Parents and carers have played a key role in supporting the progress of their children during these exams and throughout their school career and we would like to congratulate them for their time, energy and patience.


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“Congratulations to all our students who attained a university place and we wish you good luck for the future.”

High achievers included:

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Beth Redfern achieved three As two Bs and an Extended Project Qualification. Beth will be studying biochemistry at the University of York.

Shannon Quinn got four Bs – as well as two additional AS levels – and will be reading law at the University of Kent.

Jodie Hull achieved four distinction *s and a distinction at Level 3 BTEC and will be studying music with music theatre at the University of Chichester.

Nadine Gabriel got two As and a B and will be reading geology at University College London.

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