A-LEVEL RESULTS: Two Cambridge students and a Chinese gap year from Jack Hunt School pupils
Two pupils at Jack Hunt School will study at the University of Cambridge after achieving excellent A-Level results.
Elizabeth Bowes, who achieved two A* and one A grade, will be studying English at Newnham College, and Leia Henderson, who achieved three A grades, will be studying human social and political sciences at St John’s College.
Jack Hunt’s results saw an overall pass rate of 96 per cent, with 61 per cent of students achieving A*-C and 41 per cent of students achieving A*-B grades.
Headteacher Pamela Kilbey said: “We are so proud of our students’ achievements this year. They have worked tremendously hard and thoroughly deserve the results they obtained.
“I would also like to thank the staff for all the support they gave the Year 13s and the parents who have worked with us over the years.
“We wish all our students the very best of luck for their future and thank them for the extremely positive contribution they have made to the school and the community.”
Other notable achievements saw James Newton achieve four A* grades, and he will study medicine at the University of Nottingham.
Sumayya Manji achieved one A*, two As and a B grade and will study medicine at the University of Southampton.
Tihesia Riley-Bennett achieved three A grades and will be studying medicine at the University of Manchester.
Zineb Azoui achieved three A grades and will be studying bio-medical sciences at Newcastle Univeristy.
And Georgina Windsor achieved three A grades and one B grade and will be studying Mandarin and Chinese culture for a gap year at the Nanjing University of Finance and Economics in China.