Sidmouth students at Colyton Grammar celebrate another excellent set of A-level results

PUBLISHED: 13:52 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 13:52 18 August 2016

Antonia Evans (Royal Veterinary College, London), Hannah Dell (Warwick, Maths) and Joe Cox (Bath, Politics and International Relations)

Antonia Evans (Royal Veterinary College, London), Hannah Dell (Warwick, Maths) and Joe Cox (Bath, Politics and International Relations)

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Colyton Grammar School students are celebrating an outstanding set of A-level results.

Headteacher Jayne Wainwright reported that almost 70 per cent of grades awarded were either A* or A, and 90 per cent were A*,A or B - enabling students to gain coveted places on some of the most prestigious courses at top universities.

This represents an increase on last year, and reflects all the hard work put in by a talented group of students.

The average UCAS points score per entry, and per student also increased.


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