A-Level results: Best ever results for Helena Romanes

STUDENTS at The Helena Romanes School have achieved a 100 per cent pass rate for the first time in the school’s history.

This year every student gained A-E grades, 81 per cent of gaining A-C grades. These results are a significant improvement on last year’s results and the best set of A-Level results the school has ever had.

Head of Sixth Form Matthew Fletcher said “I am once again delighted as for the fourth year running the A-Level results have improved significantly.

“We have now achieved 100 per cent pass rate for the first time in the school’s history. These results are a reflection of the conscientious and diligent work ethic displayed by the students and their teachers, coupled with the sustained support of their parents.”

Headteacher Simon Knight added: “I am very proud of the achievements of our A-Level students. Their results demonstrate a continued upward trend that is evident across the school as a whole.”

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Top scorers this year include:

• Frederick Tomalin, from Colchester, who achieved A grades in English Language and Literature, Psychology and Philosophy and a B in Law.

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• Alexandra Eade, from Braintree, gained an A* in Sociology and A grades in History and Philosophy.

• Heather Cox, from Stebbing, achieved an A* in Art and Design, an A grade in Product Design and a B in Drama.

• Phillip Barnes, from Braintree, gained A grades in Economics and Psychology and a B grade in Philosophy.

• Sarah Fidge, from Felsted, achieved A grades in Law and Psychology and a B in History.

• Stephen May, from Dunmow, has A grades in Chemistry and Mathematics and a B in Physics.

• Sam Rayner, from Little Canfield, gained an A* in PE plus B grades in Product Design and Philosophy.

Frederick Tomalin is planning to study Philosophy at London School of Economics; Heather Cox will start a Foundation Course in Art at the University for the Creative Arts in Maidstone; Phillip Barnes will go on to study Psychology at the University of Surrey and Sarah Fidge is going to the University of East Anglia to study Psychology.

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