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2016 A Level Exam Results

Sixth Formers shine at Chase Terrace Technology College

Lewis Coles, Lucy Lainingham, Megan Black, Catherine Cooke, Abigail Miller and Cameron Hunt.

Students and staff at Chase Terrace Technology College were celebrating another very strong set of A level results. Average grades were above national figures, with further increases on previous years’ performances.

Top performers were: Megan Black (A* in English Literature, A* in Psychology and B in Biology); Lucy Reeves (A* in Philosophy and Ethics, A* in Psychology and B in English Literature); Cameron Hunt (A in Chemistry, A in Maths and A in Physics); Hannah Padley (A* in Sociology, Distinction* in Business, B in Art and C in English Language and Literature); Catherine Cooke (A* in Psychology, A in History and B in Product Design); Abigail Miller (A in History, A in Maths and B in Biology); Lewis Coles (A in Sociology, B in History and B in English Language and Literature); Connor Craik ( A in Psychology, B in Philosophy and Ethics and B in History); Lewis Dunne (A in Maths, B in Biology and B in Physics); Mia Roberts (A in Philosophy and Ethics, B in Psychology and B in English Language and Literature); Ethan Marshall (A* in Maths, A in Physics and C in Computing); Lucy Lainingham ( A* in Art, A in Photography, C in English Literature and C in ICT; and Bethan Mullally (Distinction* in Health and Social Care, A in Psychology and C in Sociology).

Headteacher, Dr. Stuart Jones, commented: ‘I’m delighted for the students, their parents and carers and also for the staff who have worked so hard to support them. It is also very important for us, at Chase Terrace, that we continue to see continuous improvement in our results and it’s great to see the positive trend in our achievement profile, with results in both academic and vocational courses that are better than national norms.’