A-level results 2015: Barclay School, Stevenage
- Credit: Archant
Staff and students at a Stevenage school are celebrating a set of fantastic A-level and BTEC results.
The pass rate at The Barclay School was almost 99 per cent and the number of A* and A grades is up on last year to almost a third of all results.
Headteacher Debbie Upton said: “We are absolutely delighted with our sixth form results this year and that the number of top grades has increased when nationally these are reported as being down. We have had some truly outstanding individual performances at all levels.”
The school would like to give a special mention to Bailey Sharp-Ledger who gained two A* grades in maths and physics and an A in further maths. He is off to study maths at the University of Nottingham.
Jamol Jeffrey achieved two A*s in chemistry and maths and also gained an A in further maths. He is off to study chemical engineering at University College London.
Other successes include Han Dance who achieved an A* in maths, an A in chemistry and an A in further maths and has a place at the University of Bath to read maths.
Georgia Hutchins achieved A*A in art, an A in photography and a C in English literature and has a place at the University of Coventry to study photography.
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Connor Murrill achieved three A grades in chemistry, maths and physics.