A-level results: St John's, Marlborough
Updated 11:01am Thursday 14th August 2014 in News
Ten students at St John’s School, Marlborough have gained all A* and A grades in their A-level results.
Vice principal Miles Whittaker said: “Following the outstanding Ofsted judgement in May, expectations were high for this year’s A-level results at St John’s, Marlborough. We are delighted that our students have, once again, achieved outstanding results.
“An impressive 24 per cent of the grades were A* and A.
"This year also saw a record average point score and 10 students gained all A and A*grades : Christopher Baker, Holly Bate, David Cope, Jamie Cresswell, Polly Howard, Claire James, Hannah Morris, Izzy Payne, Robert Van Den Bergh and Marcus Warner.
“The International Baccalaureate was similarly successful with seven students achieving 37/38 points, which is the equivalent of all A* and A grades at A-level and an average point score of 31, which was significantly above the international average.
“We are, of course, equally proud of all the students, who, with the help and support of their parents and teachers , have achieved beyond expectations. We wish them every success in the next stage of their lives."
There were also excellent results for year 12 students who collected their AS grades, with a very high average point score and a pass rate over 90 per cent.
Top students include: Harry Morgan, Annabel Nichols, Oscar Palmer, Rachel Patel and Joey Smith who all achieved 4 A grades.
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