Headteacher of Quinton House School ‘extremely proud’ of A-level pupils

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The headteacher of Quinton House School in Upton has praised the achievement of his A-level pupils.

The school celebrated another set of strong results with 100 per cent overall pass rate.

Head Boy Alastair Curtis scored three A* grades in English literature, geography and history and plans to study English literature at University College, London.

Li Gang Chen achieved four A*/A grades in subjects including mathematics, further mathematics and art. He will go on to study architecture at Edinburgh University later this year.

Top scoring subjects overall were chemistry and history, closely followed by art, mathematics and further mathematics.

Headmaster Benjamin Slade said: “We are all extremely proud of our A-level students as they have worked very hard. The results are directly attributable not only to the hard work, dedication and perseverance of the students themselves, but also to the quality of teaching delivered at Quinton House.

“We are delighted with the students’ achievements. The students have deservedly proved themselves in these examinations and we are pleased to send them off to study at top universities across Britain. We wish all the students every success in the challenges they face as they progress to the next phase of their studies.”