STUDENTS were once again jumping for joy at Tudor Grange Academy after another set of outstanding A-Level results.
The Dingle Lane school saw 62% of grades at A*-B and an overall pass rate of 99%.
Principal Darren Turner said: “We are so proud of our A-level results and the University and apprenticeship places they helped secure.
“The fact that sixth form performance actually adds further value, building on success at GCSE and continues to improve year on year, is testimony to the teaching standards and the great efforts of the students.
“We are delighted that so many of our students choose to stay at our sixth form and continue the journey to the destination of their choice with us by their side.”
Students will be going far and wide as they take their places at University in September. Notable achievements are Kate Adams who will study Mathematics at Oxford, Jacob Cutts who will study Natural Sciences at Cambridge and Zayn Richards who will study History at Cambridge. Many other students secured their first choice University including Roshni Rajan to study medicine at Liverpool.
Laura Sweetman, director of sixth form said: “It is notable that a number of our highest performing students are taking up apprenticeship places at firms such as Grant Thornton and KPMG.
“Such places are really competitive and reflect the fully rounded students we are so keen to nurture at Tudor Grange.
“I am delighted as the year group as a whole are wonderful and are so deserving of the success they have achieved.”