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Chase Terrace Technology College A-Level students land more top grades than ever before

Students celebrating their A-Level results. Pic: Chase Terrace Technology College

Students celebrating their A-Level results. Pic: Chase Terrace Technology College

Students at Chase Terrace Technology College have recorded the school’s “strongest ever” set of A-Level results.

With university places at stake, more top grades than ever before were achieved.

The school also saw a fourth consecutive year of seeing more than half of studnets achieving at least on A* or A grade.

Head teacher, Dr Stuart Jones, said: “I am delighted for the whole school community.

“Students and staff have worked really hard to achieve these fantastic results.”

Among the success stories were:

  • Grace Deavall – A* grades in English Language and Literature and Drama and an A grade in History
  • Oliver Manley – an A* grade in Maths, A grades in Biology and Chemistry and a B in AS Physics
  • Paige Hill – an A* grade in Photography, an A grade in Art and a Distinction* in Business Studies
  • Amelia Such – straight A grades in Economics, History and Philosophy and Ethics
  • Ryan Allwood – A grades in Psychology and Sociology and a Distinction* in Business Studies
  • Rosie Tunley – an A* grade in Photography, an A grade in Art and a B in Psychology
  • Callum Smith – an A* grade in Maths, an A grade in Physics and an A in AS Further Maths
  • Adam Ashcroft – Distinction* in IT and Business Studies and a B in Photography
  • Dan Chamberlin – an A grade in Psychology, a Distinction* in Music Technology and B grades in Sociology and AS Photography
  • Becky Flanagan – A grades in English Language and Literature and History and B grades in Psychology and AS Politics
  • Hannah Spencer – A grades in Photography and Media Studies and a B in English Language and Literature).

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1 Comment

  1. Thornton

    16th August, 2015 at 8:30 pm

    Great news. This is a success both for the students with all their hand work and for the area too.