Farmor's School in Fairford celebrates outstanding A-Level results
SIXTH form students at a Fairford School rejoiced today on receiving the results they deserved after two years of hard work.
This year a staggering 85 per cent of Farmor's school sixth form students achieved a grade between A-C in their A-Levels. 32.6 per cent of students also received an A* or A grade.
Among the highest achievers in 2013 were Gishamol Mathew and Jake Stockwin who both achieved three A*.
"I didn't really expect to do so well," said Gishamol, who achieved an extra A along with her three A*. "I'm really looking forward to starting university but I will miss Farmor's. I've had a really good time here and the teachers were great."
Gishamol is following in her older sister. Ginimol's footsteps and will study medicine at Cardiff University in September with high hopes of being a doctor in the future.
Jake Stockwin was also happy with his results: "I'm off to Oxford University to do Maths and I'm so happy I got in. I can't wait for the challenge of it. It'll be a big step up from school."
Headteacher Anne Stokes said she was absolutely delighted with this year's A-Level results:
"Yet again our students have achieved some remarkable A-Level results. They reflect the tremendous commitment and hard work of both the students and staff at Farmor's school.
"This outstanding success is very well deserved and we wish all our students well as they embark on the next stage of their careers."
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