Vintage year for A Levels at Malmesbury
MALMESBURY School is celebrating its best ever set of A Level results today.
More than 38 percent of grades achieved by students were at A* or A and 66 percent at A* to B.
Head Tim Gilson said: “These are the best ever A-Level results at the school following on from last year’s excellent results and are a testament to the hard work and positive attitude of our students and the superb teaching and support from the staff who worked with them.
“Coming on the back of our recent ‘outstanding’ Ofsted Inspection it shows just how hard our staff and students work and is further evidence of the remarkably high quality of teaching that the inspectors identified.”
He added: “A record 12% of grades were A* grades and 21% of our Year 13 students achieved three or more A* and A grades.
Among the highest graded students were Harriet Allbrook, Samuel Stephenson and Faith Arnold with A*AA, Amraj Aulak, Helen Morris and John Churchill who all earned three A*s, and Juliet Charman and Rhiannon Cogbill with two A*s and an A.
Top performers at AS-Level in year 12 included Laura Forrest and Bethan McLeish with four straight As.