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Celebrating students' A Level Success

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In these unprecedented times, William de Ferrers School is celebrating the achievements of our truly exceptional students and we would like to congratulate them all. 

Our students have overcome a traumatic end to their secondary education with their exams cancelled without notice. Whilst every Mid-Essex secondary school adopted a meticulous approach over a 10 week period to produce their own Centre Assessed Grades, the exam boards applied their own calculations to generate final student grades in each of their subjects.  

Despite all of this, students at William de Ferrers school are still able to celebrate. Notable achievements include:

Jack Bunyan with four A* grades in computer studies, mathematics, further mathematics and physics. Jack is furthering his education at the University of Bristol and will be reading mathematics and computer science.

Samuel Bridge achieved two A* grades in biology and chemistry and an A grade in mathematics. Samuel will be reading medicine at Kings College, University of London.

Charlotte Alexander gained an A* in art, an A in product design and an A in English language and literature. Charlotte will be reading fine art at the University of Loughborough.

Tegan Roberts-Morgan secured three A grades in computer studies, mathematics and further mathematics. Tegan also achieved an A* in her extended project qualification. Tegan is furthering her education at the University of Bristol and will be reading computer science.

Adam Bacon achieved an A grade in business studies, distinction * distinction in engineering and an A in his extended project qualification.

Other students who excelled in a number of their courses include: Emily Crisp; Holly Letts; Elodie Davies; Emma Hawes; Rachel Laverack; Ella Pegrum and Lauren Scott.

The staff at William de Ferrers school congratulate our students and of course all the students across the county for what they have achieved and wish them every success as they progress onto the next stage of their education, employment or training.