Uckfield Community College celebrates record breaking A Level results

Uckfield Community College has congratulated its students after a record breaking year of A Level results.

Thursday, 18th August 2016, 4:52 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th June 2018, 10:56 pm
Ruby Shute off to Bath University to study Biochemistry, Sophie Tupper is heading to Bristol University to study Psychology, Emily Godbold also Bristol University to study English

Students achieved the highest ever percentage of A* and A grades at the school with 11.5 per cent of all the grades A*s and 28.1 per cent of the grades A* or As. A stunning 50 per cent of the grades were A*to B.

Principal Hugh Hennebry said: “All the staff are so very proud of these students. They have been so enthusiastic to learn and so interested and curious about the subjects they have studied. As a result, they have put in so much effort and their results are a reflection of all their hard work. They all thoroughly deserve their success and we wish them every happiness for the future.

"We are also delighted with the way our staff and parents have worked so closely to inspire and support them and they deserve a special thank you and well done, too.”

Lucy McGarry off to study Biomedical Sciences at Southampton, Ed Russell, Louise Brownsey

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Louise Brownsey, Chloe McCarthy - to Kent University to study History, Callum Diplock. Olivia Greenwood is off to study Nursing, Bernadette White to Warwick University to read Biomedical Sciences, Alex Hale to Sussex University to study Psychology