May 26 2013 Latest news:
Laura Fox, Reporter
Friday, August 17, 2012
There were smiles all around at All Saints School in Dagenham has they toasted a bumper crop of A-level results.
The school, in Terling Road, received its highest pass rate ever, with 81 per cent of students scoring A* to C grades and 100 per cent of students receiving A* to E.
The school’s headmaster Kevin Wilson said he was very proud of his students and the accomplishments of the school over the past year.
He said: “We are proud to further establish the standards we set as a community, and our pass rate is impressive considering this is the largest A-level class we’ve ever had.”
The students were also very happy with their results and plans for the future, with one getting set to study medicine in the Czech Republic.
Nick O’Grady who received two As and a B told the Post: “I’m very pleased with my results and look forward to the opportunities I’ll get at university.”
Air cadets have cancelled a planned fundraiser at a local supermarket in order to keep a low-profile following the terrorist attack in Woolwich, London.
Getting work after college was a struggle for one student, but an apprenticeship with a local company has seen her land that all important first job.
The four groups said London’s status as a multi-cultural city which “respects and celebrates diversity” is what makes it one of the most “dynamic, progressive and tolerant cities in the world”.
Brave young Scouts braced themselves for a night of ghoulish storytelling in a spooky mansion.