A-level Results Day 2018: All Saints Catholic School headteacher ‘proud of students’ inspirational achievements’
PUBLISHED: 16:32 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:32 16 August 2018
All Saints Catholic School in Dagenham is celebrating a “tremendous” year of A-level success.
The school, in Wood Lane, Dagenham, is celebrating nearly 50 per cent A*-B grades and almost 80pc A*-C.
Headteacher Clare Cantle said: “We are very proud of our students and the inspirational achievements that these results bring.
“The exams with new specifications are not getting easier but with the encouragement and support from teachers and parents we have opened doors to the top universities and apprenticeships for these young people.
“Congratulations to all the students, teachers and parents for an outstanding year.”
Top students include Ashreetha Moses who achieved A*AA in psychology, biology and chemistry. Fellow student Jennifer Addo was celebrating after scooping AAB in sociology, psychology and history.
Ashreetha is heading off to St George’s University, London, to study medicine and Jennifer is going on to study law at Warwick University. Harriet Elsmore is going to Exeter to study English having gained two As and a B.
Yatta Fieka will be pursuing psychology having gained an A* and two Bs.
The school said all the students were extremely excited and overwhelmed with their results, thanking their teachers, parents and peers for the support they received.
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