Outstanding A level and GCSE results at Abbey Gate College

22 Oct 2012

Pupils at Abbey Gate College celebrated great success in their examinations again this year after another set of outstanding set of A level and GCSE results.
A level students at the College celebrated record success this year with over 70% of grades at A*-B. Heads of School, Liam Moses and Lucy Kennedy led the way with 2A’s and an A* and A,A, B respectively; Jack Pearson’s 2A*’s and an A pave the way for a veterinary career; Guy Huxley’s A* and 2A’s and Dean Forrester’s straight A grades set the bar for an excellent set of results.
All of the pupils in Year 11 achieved 5 A* – C grades, with over 72% of all grades being awarded A* – B. In fact over 1/3 of the pupils achieved a majority of A*/A grades and special mention must go to Molly Barendt, Nathan Davies and Helen Ford who achieved all A*’s and A’s, whilst the star performers were Nicholas Bradley and Ruth Siddorn who achieved a straight set of A* grades.
Headmistress Lynne Horner praised the hard work of all of the pupils and staff, “We would like to congratulate all of the pupils on their success and these excellent grades will enable them to progress to the next stage of their academic careers. It demonstrates once again the excellent work ethic and ethos throughout the College, thus enabling the pupils to achieve both their academic and personal potential. Their hard work has been rewarded in impressive style; their achievements are especially noteworthy as they have combined academic success with outstanding contributions to music, drama, sport and charity. We wish these promising young men and women well for their bright futures”.