Sixth Form students at Gordano School in Portishead have been celebrating some of the best results in the school’s history.
At A Level 23% of the grades achieved were A* or A grades, 50% were A*-B grades and a record-equalling 82% were A*-C grades.
A host of exceptional performances included 15 students with 3 A’s or better, three of which achieved A*s in all three subjects. These include Ewan Clay (who will study Chemistry at Edinburgh), Abigail Harrison (who will study Medicine at Birmingham) and Clare Melson (who will study Philosophy at Southampton). Georgia Owen also collected 2 A*s together with a Distinction* in Health and Social Care, and will study Psychology at Leeds.
It was an exceptional year overall for Level 3 vocational qualifications (BTECS and Cambridge Technicals), with over 80% of grades being achieved at Distinction or Distinction*.