The Thomas Alleyne: All but one secure university places

ALL pupils bar one at The Thomas Alleyne School in Stevenage have achieved the grades necessary to get into university. Some students even achieved higher than required to secure a place in further education. Richard Stephens, chair of governors, said: W

ALL pupils bar one at The Thomas Alleyne School in Stevenage have achieved the grades necessary to get into university.

Some students even achieved higher than required to secure a place in further education.

Richard Stephens, chair of governors, said: "We are very pleased indeed.

Only one pupil is going through clearing and, overall, it's an improvement on last year's results with a 94 per cent pass rate."

Best performing pupil was former head boy, Oliver Brown, who achieved two As and one B and is off to study chemistry at the University of York. "He was actually dancing around the school playground," laughed Mr Stephens. "There are lots of very happy students.