Eastbourne College students celebrate A Level success

Eastbourne College students celebrate their A Level success

Eastbourne College students celebrate their A Level success

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Eastbourne College pupils are celebrating another superb set of A level and AS level results  today (Thursday), with 77 per cent  of all grades awarded at A*, A or B.

Outstanding individual performances came from Toby Brooks with five A* grades, Sophie Noton with four A* and one A grade, Tianyu Wang with three A* and one A grade and Mia Finnamore, Megan Good and Robert Meikle who each achieved three A* grades.

Outstanding achiever Toby Brookes gained 5 A* grades

Outstanding achiever Toby Brookes gained 5 A* grades

Both Vanessa Erl and Ivan Loginov secured an excellent two A* and two A grades while Nick Atkins, Katie Butler-Manuel, Lucy Hyde and Jack Turner all attained two A* and one A grade.

Twelve other pupils achieved at least one A* and two A grades and there were many, many other notable performances.

Newly-appointed headmaster Tom Lawson said: "We are delighted that these headline figures confirm, once again, how Eastbourne College pupils achieve results of which they and their families can be very proud. The College serves to bring the very best out of each individual, ensuring that every young woman or young man successfully responds to our realistic, high expectations of them."

AS level pupils also performed well, with 60 per cent of grades awarded A or B, positioning them well for their final year at the College.

Newly-appointed headteacher Tom Lawson congratulated his students

Newly-appointed headteacher Tom Lawson congratulated his students

Mr Lawson said: "We are absolutely delighted with how this year’s sixth formers have risen to the challenge of their AS and A level examinations and really pleased for all those who have done so very well. These results are a real tribute to the hard work of the pupils and teaching staff of Eastbourne College. We celebrate their outstanding individual and collective success both in and beyond the classroom."

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