Students at Ringmer Community College Sixth Form are today celebrating attaining the highest A Level scores since the sixth form opened in 2008.
Ten per cent of entries resulted in an A* being awarded, with 14 per cent achieving A*-A, 42 per cent A*-B and 66 per cent A*-C.
Individual students who performed exceptionally well were:
Alice Glaysher, who achieved A* in Maths, A* in Biology and A in Chemistry and is going on to study medicine at Plymouth University.
Ellie-Mae O’Neil, who achieved A* in Fine Art and A* in Textiles and is going on to study an Art Foundation Course.
Jack Unsworth, who achieved an A* in Business.
Lydia McKay, who achieved an A* Fine Art.
Jasmine Liddawi, who achieved an A* in Arabic.
Sol Tarling, who achieved an A in English Literature.
Laura Pratt, who achieved an A in Fine Art.
Subject areas which performed particularly well were Business Studies, Fine Art, Art and Design Graphics, Textiles, Photography, Biology, Chemistry, History and English Literature.
Students studying the ICT BTEC course also performed particularly well with a number of Distinctions and one Distinction* grade.
Mr Burchett, Head of Sixth Form, said: “I am particularly pleased with the number of students achieving the high end grades, this reflects the hard work and effort put in by both staff and students.
“I wish all our leavers the very best for the future.
“Places are still available for courses starting this September. We will be embarking on a partnership with Roedean School and look forward to even greater success in terms of results and the unique opportunities that will come about for all the students in the Sixth Form.”
Ms Stonier, Principal, stated: “I am delighted with this set of results. It show that our staff and students can attain at the highest level and go on to very good University places.”
For further information about the college please contact us on 01273 812220 or visit the website at www.ringmeracademy.org.uk.
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