Ipswich: Future looks bright for Copleston students after A-level results
STUDENTS at one Ipswich high school are looking to the future after collecting their A-level results this morning.
Copleston High School students Michelle Chung, Kaya Corbett and Lucy Tomlinson were all delighted with their results and are already planning their next steps.
Michelle, 18, scooped two A*s and an A along with an AS-level A and will be going on to university in Leeds to study Maths and Geography.
Kaya, 18, got three As and one A* and now plans to take a gap year before studying Medicine at Durham.
Lucy, also 18, was thrilled with her two A*s, A and B and is going to Suffolk College to study a foundation degree in Art before hopefully going on to Art School.
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Esther Watkin, specialist director of sixth form, was pleased and proud of the students’ results.
She said: “A lot of our students that have done really well are those that were busy – those that have really put in the time and embraced what sixth form is all about.”
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Other students who achieved success included Hannah Gooch, 18, who got one A*, two As and a B and will be doing English at Nottingham and Jennifer Lynch, 18, who got four As and will be studying Pharmacy at Bath.
One exceptional student at the school in Copleston Road managed to achieve four A*s and two As and has been accepted into Oxford.
Principal Shaun Common said: “Throughout the last two years our sixth form students have made a huge contribution to the school as well as achieving these wonderful results. We wish them every success with the next stage of their career.”
In total, 117 students sat the exams at Copleston, with 67 per cent achieving A* to C and 97pc achieving A* to E.