Stowupland High School joy

STUDENTS at Stowupland High School have every reason to be proud of their achievements at A and AS level this year, with many gaining straight A grades.

John Howard

STUDENTS at Stowupland High School have every reason to be proud of their achievements at A and AS level this year, with many gaining straight A grades.

There was strong performances in many areas of the curriculum, including German, drama and art and design where whole groups gained A or B grades.

Among the individual success stories were Naomi Froude who gained four A grades and an A at AS level and goes on to study natural sciences at New Hall College in Cambridge.

Olivia Macey, 17, from Haughley also gained three A grades and an A grade at AS level and goes on to study mathematics at Southampton University.

Headteacher Mrs Grimes said: “We are proud of all our students and their achievement is the result of sustained commitment and determination, coupled with the support and dedication of the whole staff.

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“Students and their parents have every reason to celebrate.”

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