A-level results: Our Lady of Sion School
Staff at Our Lady of Sion School are happy to announce that the school's tradition of excellent A-level results has continued.
Students found out the results of all their hard work from 9am today at the school’s senior campus in Gratwicke Road.
Head teacher, Dr Simon Orchard, was pleased with this year’s pass rate of 100 per cent.
In addition, 20 per cent of students achieved at least one A* grade, with one student, Ziona Juer achieveing three A* grades and one A grade. Miss Juer has a place at Durham University to study Natural Sciences.
“All of our students have worked incredibly hard with their teachers over these last two years to attain an excellent set of results”, said Dr Orchard.
“Our final year students will be leaving the school as well rounded individuals who understand and embrace the school’s ethos of Consideration Always.”
Other successes today at Our Lady of Sion School include head boy Robert Montague, who attained the A* and two A grades he needed to go to Bath University to study Mathematics.
Hal Darling got full marks in his Art A-level, impressing the examiners with his outstanding installations and highly original ideas.
Betsy Cunnett achieved an A* and two A grades and is looking forward to reading Physics at University College London (UCL).
“We wish them the very best for the future”, added Dr Orchard.
“They all thoroughly deserve the success that they have achieved.”
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