West Buckland Sixth Formers have delivered another excellent set of A-level results which will see students heading to Oxford, Cambridge and other top universities later this year.
37% of all exams were awarded the highest A* or A grades and there were some outstanding individual achievements.
Beth Keech is Oxford bound to read French and Russian after gaining two A* grades and an A, whilst Ed Mabon will take a place at the University of Cambridge to study Engineering after achieving a clean sweep of three A* grades.
Ed’s twin brother, James, also kept up the high level of family achievement after recording a set of straight A* grades which will see him take a place at the University of Warwick to read Mathematics.
Peter Dawson was also awarded an impressive three A* grades and will now study Physics at The University of Manchester.
Emily Morrish studied four A-levels and recorded an outstanding three A* grades and an A which will see her take a place at Durham University to read Economics with Management, whilst Alex Cammack also studied four A-levels, achieving two A* grades and two A grades and he now intends to study Architecture at the University of Bath.
There were strong results across the curriculum, with over 80% of students in Art and Design, Product Design, Economics, English literature, French, Geography and History all achieving A* to B grades.
West Buckland’s incoming Headmaster from September 2016, Phillip Stapleton says:
“I’m delighted that the hard work of our sixth formers has paid off with some excellent results. They are to be congratulated and many have achieved or exceeded their expectations which puts them in a strong position as they move towards their futures beyond school. They will be the first to recognise the contributions of their teachers and parents who have helped them make the most of their abilities in achieving these results”.
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