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Great results means the future is bright for Woodrush High students

Correspondent 15th Aug, 2019

WOODRUSH high school’s sixth form students having been celebrating their A Level results, writes Eve Watson.

The school received a 100 per cent pass rate with almost 70 per cent of pupils achieving a grade of B or above.

A special mention for Lucy Freer, who achieved an AAB and will be studying Bioengineering at Loughborough, as well as Alexander Rousianos who received BBA* and is studying Law at Manchester university.

Another mention was given to Shannon Thompson-Parry who will attend Newcastle University to pursue Japanese studies with results of an AAB and distinction*, as well as Thomas Brown who will be studying History at Birmingham university with grades AAB.

A school spokesperson said they were is delighted so many students had secured their first-choice university place, apprenticeship position or employment.


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