A-level results up by 10 per cent at Bishop Challoner in Shadwell

PUBLISHED: 13:18 15 August 2013 | UPDATED: 09:43 16 August 2013

Girls celebrating at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form College

Girls celebrating at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form College


It was another record year for A levels at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form College in Shadwell.

Students celebrating at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form CollegeStudents celebrating at Bishop Challoner Sixth Form College

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.

“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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