A Level results: Battle Abbey celebrates ‘superb’ results


Battle Abbey School is celebrating yet another excellent set of A Level results, with record levels of students surpassing their predicted grades.

David Clark, head master at Battle Abbey School, said: “We are absolutely thrilled with another excellent set of results at A Level this year.

“We leapt from 29 candidates last year to 44 this year but still achieved superb results across the board.

“In fact 90 percent of our candidates achieved A*-C grades, with 64 percent of all candidates achieving A*-B grades.

“These results are especially notable and demonstrate, once again, that Battle Abbey School has a well-deserved reputation for adding academic value in a mixed ability setting.”

He added: “So many of our pupils did brilliantly and record levels surpassed their predicted grades.

“Particular mention, however, should go to Phoebe Crane who achieved three A* grades and is taking a gap year before starting her degree in medicine, JJ Choron who achieved three A grades and is off to UCL to study physics, Tabitha Fricker with two A*s and a B will study psychology at Royal Holloway and Sophie Cole, despite fierce international competition, has been accepted to study fine art at Central St Martins.”

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