A-level results: Dagenham Park C of E School achieves 26 per cent above national average

PUBLISHED: 16:11 17 August 2017

Dagenham Park pupils celebrate their A-level results (Pictures: Dagenham Park)

Dagenham Park pupils celebrate their A-level results (Pictures: Dagenham Park)

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Dagenham Park Church of England School is celebrating “outstanding” A-level results today, with their pupils exceeding the national average by 26 per cent.

Dagenham Park pupils celebrate their A-level results (Pictures: Dagenham Park)Dagenham Park pupils celebrate their A-level results (Pictures: Dagenham Park)

The Btec average is distinction* and 99 pc of students have been accepted into university, with one student choosing to seek employment.

23 pc of those going to university will go to a Russell Group institution.

Miss Smith, vice principal of the sixth form, said: “I am delighted that all the support from parents and hard work by students and the sixth form staff at the school has been a success.

“Good luck to them all as they embark on their university courses. To be able to see the students of Dagenham Park succeed in this way makes me extremely proud!”

Stand out successes includes two students who will take up places at Warwick University - Rebecca Rutter is going to study philosophy and Cynthia Porta Fernandez who will study sociology and art history.

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