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Posted on: August 16th 2018

Celebrating A level results

Students and staff at Chesham Grammar School are celebrating an excellent set of examination results.  42% of entries were awarded grades of A* or A and three quarters at A*-B grades with almost a quarter of all students achieving at least three A*/A grades.  Headteacher Annmarie McNaney said, "We are delighted for our students whose hard work and commitment over the last two years has been so well rewarded.  I would like to thank their teachers who have inspired and guided them during their time at CGS during a period of significant educational change and their parents who have also supported them on their journey."  

 

In amongst the superb overall results are some outstanding individual achievements.  Nathan Forshaw sat five A levels, achieving four A* grades in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry and an A in Computing.  Nathan said, "When I opened my envelope I was ecstatic.  I know I would not have come close if it were not for my fantastic teachers, and while I cannot wait to study chemical engineering at Imperial, I will always remember my time at CGS."  Murhaf Al Shalabi also gained four A* grades in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Biology and will take up a place at Cambridge to read Medicine.  A number of other students are also heading to Oxford or Cambridge Universities including Emily Webber who will read French and Spanish at Oxford, having gained four A*s in French, Spanish, History and Politics and Emily Slay who is set to read History and French at Oxford, having gained three A*s in French, History and Maths. Jenny Scoones and Anna Roberts will both read English Language and Literature at Oxford.  Harvey Allsop, who achieved two A*s in Maths and Physics, an A in Further Maths and a Distinction in Pre-U Music said, "I’m so pleased with my results and am really excited to be starting at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology next month." 

 

Annmarie McNaney said, "These A level results are testament to the dedication of everyone involved.  We wish our students the very best for the future.  Many congratulations to them all." 

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