A-level results up by 10 per cent at Bishop Challoner in Shadwell
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It was another record year for A levels at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form College in Shadwell.
Overall results were up by ten per cent on last year. The proportion of students achieving the top grades of A*-B increased by 6.7 percent on last year.
Leading the way was Max Thomsa with 2 A*s in Maths and Further Math, and three As in Economics, Physics and Chemistry. He now heads to Durham University to read Maths.
Another leading performer was Flora Okoro with two A*s and two As, who will take a degree in English at University College, London.
Vice principals Helen Livermore and Andrew Warburton issued a joint statement saying: “We are happy to be celebrating our best-ever results.
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“We are delighted that so many of our students have secured university places. Our students have again shown the determination and commitment to succeed.”
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