A-level results 2014: Samuel Whitbread Academy, Clifton

Lewis Cook, Richard Berry, Alex Ooms and James Hefford from Samuel Whitbread

Lewis Cook, Richard Berry, Alex Ooms and James Hefford from Samuel Whitbread - Credit: Archant

Students at Samuel Whitbread Academy are celebrating after recording its best ever A level results.

The school, located in Clifton, recorded an A* to E pass rate of 99 per cent and saw 11 students achieve straight A or A* grades.

Of these two have gone on to gain places at Oxford or Cambridge universities.

Robert Robson, principal, said: “These are our best ever results at AS and for A level we have seen a further increase in the number of grades awarded at A*s and As.

“This is a fantastic achievement, especially in light of the government changes to further raise standards at the top end.”

Nishi Saran, head of Sixth Form, said: “I always look forward to this time of year and seeing our students achieve their potential.

“Nationally, many schools were unsure about the impact of the recent government decision to remove the January exams, however students and staff at Samuel Whitbread have responded positively to these changes and have worked hard to achieve a superb set of results.”

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The following list includes students who achieved at least two or more A*/A grades in their A level subjects:

Courtney Anderson

Richard Berry

Fiona Brunker

Jamie Challinor

James Hefford

Millie Morris

Hannah Parish

Ellen Stickland

Lennie Saville

Shane Sturgeon

Lewis Hall

Ben Baker

Ellie Corcoran

Joe Hadden

Hannah Marshall

Fiyal Malik

Alex Ooms

Dinesh Pun

Elliott Williams

The following AS students achieved at least three A grades in their AS exams:-

Shahana Sokhi

Laura Calvert

Jess Fox

Rowan Lewis

Charmaine Pooley

Clodie Worboys

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