King Alfred School pupils celebrate great A-level results
form students at Highbridge's King Alfred School are celebrating
an outstanding set of A-Level results.
opened the envelopes containing their eagerly-awaited results at
the school on Thursday (August 17th).
are now preparing to head off to a range of leading universities
across the UK.
though the students were the first to face the more challenging
reformed A levels based on final assessments in the second year,
they achieved the very highest grades.
mention goes to several students who excelled. Isobel Bolitho got
A* A A and is heading to study Biology at the University of Manchester.
Peace achieved A* A A and will be studying Business Management at
University of Surrey.
Stevens got A* A A and is going to be studying Astrophysics at Lancaster
top students are Natalie Hughes (A* A* C, Social Science, University
of Bath), Thomas Collard (A* A B, Zoo Management, Nottingham), Evie
Croxford (A A A, Psychology, University of Sheffield).
celebrating were Yanika Johnson: (A A A D*, Medicine, University
of Southampton), Adam Millward (A A A, Psychology, University of
York), Tyler Paul (A A D*, Higher Apprenticeship, Hydrographic Office,
Taunton) and Nathan Clarke (A D*, Geography, Loughborough University).
Hurr, Headteacher, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We are very proud
of the achievements of our students who have all worked incredibly
hard with the support of our staff."
hard work has paid off with fantastic university and employment
destinations for our students."
believe that our sixth form provides an excellent standard of education
for the young people of Highbridge, Burnham-On-Sea and the surrounding