A-level results 2015: Marriotts School, Stevenage
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Year 13 students at one Stevenage school are celebrating their A-level results after every one of them achieved a place at university.
More than 50 per cent of all grades achieved at Marriotts School were A* to A or equivalent; 88 per cent were A* to C or equivalent and 100 per cent were A* to E or equivalent.
Headteacher Bethany Honnor said: “I am immensely proud of our students’ achievement and would like to thank them and their teachers for their dedication and hard work and their families for their ongoing support and belief in our school. We continue to work hard to improve and grow our sixth form provision so that our students excel and can move on successfully to the next stage of their lives.
“Numbers in the sixth form are growing year on year and we are proud of our vibrant community. Many congratulations to all our students. Please keep in touch and keep us updated on your progress.”
The school would like to mention the outstanding achievements of head girl Annabelle Bullock and Joseph Hayne who achieved top grades in all four of their A-level or equivalent courses, and have successfully gained places at the University of Hertfordshire to study sports studies and accounting and finance respectively.
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Aaron Reed achieved three top grades in his A-level or equivalent courses and secured a place to study architecture at the University of Lincoln.
Georgia Wynn will be attending Buckinghamshire University to study dance and performance after successfully achieving top grades in all of her A-level or equivalent courses.
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Elite swimmer Lily West will continue her Olympic dream following her outstanding results. She will combine her training with studying sports performance at the
University of Bath.
Taylor Slater achieved top grades and will study primary education at the University of Hertfordshire.
Assistant head for the sixth form, Mike Winter, said: “Our A-level students have worked very hard to achieve their grades. I am very proud of them all. We are confident that as our sixth form, which Ofsted recognised as ‘good’, grows that this rising trend in achievement will continue.
“Every student deserves recognition for their individual achievement.”
English teacher Nicola Rees said: “It is great to see how far we have come as a school and to celebrate their success with our lovely students, who are the reason we strive to improve every day.”