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A Level Results Day 2019

Staff and students at Fulston Manor are celebrating yet another very pleasing set of A Level Grades which have resulted once again in over 60 students being offered places at university.

Staff and students at Fulston Manor are celebrating yet another very pleasing set of A Level Grades which have resulted once again in over 60 students being offered places at university. These grades represent an improvement on last year with more students taking more qualifications and an increase in those achieving top grades. Continuing the trend of recent years, increasing numbers of students are choosing to attend universities right across the country and, as can be seen below, the range of courses studied continues to grow.

Many students achieved excellent grades and details of just some of the successful ones are listed below alongside the universities they are attending in September. 

  • Ebonie Ainger – University of Kent, Philosophy and Sociology (B, C, D)
  • Rebecca Christmas – University of East Anglia, Psychology with placement year (A, 2Bs, D)
  • Emily Hall – University of Warwick, English Language and Linguistics (A*, B, B )
  • Rian Leggett – University of Sussex, Computer Science with year in industry (A*, A, B, Distinction )
  • Jennifer Li – University of Essex, Film and Creative Writing (A, B, Merit)
  • Grace Munday – University of East Anglia, Law with European Legal Systems (A, 2Bs)
  • Faith Shackleford – University of Creative Arts, Acting (2Bs, Distinction)
  • Mary Sobayo – University of Newcastle, Law (A, B, C)
  • Joseph Williams – University of Creative Arts, Architecture (2As, B)
  • Lois Wood – looking for veterinary nursing apprenticeship (2As, B)

Headteacher Alan Brookes was very pleased with the results obtained by the students. “It is good to see so many students achieving the grades they needed to progress on to the next stage of their lives. Our results demonstrate an improvement on last year’s grades, which is a noteworthy achievement given the increased challenge of the examinations and the fact that almost twenty more students took these exams. We are immensely proud of the success of our young people and wish them all well for the future.”