A-level results 2014: Fearnhill School, Letchworth

Fearnhill students, left to right, Hollie Pitts, Sunny Dosanjh and Nikita Mandere

Fearnhill students, left to right, Hollie Pitts, Sunny Dosanjh and Nikita Mandere - Credit: Archant

“A brilliant set of results” was how Fearnhill School’s headteacher described the A-level grades achieved by students.

The Letchworth school achieved an A* to E pass rate of 99% - equalling last year’s result - with 55% of those students gaining B grades or higher.

Top of the class for individual achievement were:

•Hollie Pitts who earned an A* in maths and A grades in biology and chemistry. She has secured her place at Cambridge University to read Veterinary Medicine.

•James Davies also scored A* for maths and A grades in further maths and physics. Warwick University have already contacted him to confirm the have a place for him to read maths there.

•Nikita Mandere had straight A grades in sociology and double business and a B for history. She will now attend Brunel University to study Law.

•Sunny Dosanjh had A for chemistry and maths and B for biology and is off to Bristol University to study pharmacology.

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•Jack Copland achieved A grades in maths, computing and business studies. He also got a B for physics and has accepted his place at York University to study computer science.

Jed Whelan, headteacher, said: “All the hardwork and effort put in by students, staff and parents has been recognised in the impressive pass rate of 99% and the fantastic achievement of 55% of the passes being at the top grades of A*-B grades.

“We are delighted with the performance of our students. They have all applied themselves to their studies and are reaping the rewards. All our students have secured their places at the universities of their choice and we wish all of our students every success in their chosen pathways. We should acknowledge the support they have had from their families but also the tremendous work done by both primary and secondary teachers to prepare students for these tough exams.”

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