A-level results 2014: The Priory School, Hitchin

Priory School students with their results.

Priory School students with their results. - Credit: Archant

The Priory School in Hitchin are celebrating another year of success with all students passing their A-level exams.

Priory School student Tom Brennan (L) will be studying Law at Christchurch, Oxford and fellow pupil

Priory School student Tom Brennan (L) will be studying Law at Christchurch, Oxford and fellow pupil Isaac Waby will be studying Natural Sciences at Homerton, Cambridge. - Credit: Archant

It was A-level results morning at the Bedford Road school with 36 per cent of students achieving the top A* to A grade, 58 per cent achieving A* to B and 80 per cent gaining A* to C grades.

Headteacher Geraint Edwards said: “As a resident of Hitchin and the Headteacher of The Priory, I am privileged to have the opportunity to work with such outstanding young people who will go onto even greater success.

“The Priory is very proud of the achievements of all its students in their recent A level and BTEC examinations. It is a credit to the hard work put in by them and their teachers that have enabled such excellent results.

“Parents and carers have played a significant role in supporting the progress of their child during these exams and need to be congratulated for all their time, energy and patience.”


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The school has had successful applicants to Oxbridge, with Tom Brennan reading law at Oxford and Issac Waby reading natural sciences at Cambridge. Abby Bowen will be attending the Royal Academy of Music.

While Rachel Langley (Civil Service) and Scott Mardell (MBDA) have enrolled onto highly competitive apprenticeship courses.

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