Every student at Alford’s Queen Elizabeth Grammar passed three or more A-Levels

Alford's Queen Elizabeth's  Grammar students celebrate their A-Level results.
Alford's Queen Elizabeth's Grammar students celebrate their A-Level results.

All of Alford’s Queen Elizabeth Grammar students passed at least three A-Levels in today’s results.

The school also recorded a 40 per cent increase in the percentage of A* and A grades, with nearly three quarters scored at B or above.

Headteacher Angie Francis says she is ‘very pleased for the students’.

“These are excellent results,” she said.

“They have been a great year group to work with, contributing much to the school.

“I wish them well for the future and congratulate them on their results.

“I would also like to pay tribute to their teachers for all their hard work and the high level of support they have offered the students.”

Amongst the impressive results, several students scored particularly highly, obtaining three or more A of A* grades.

Sophie Barton, Ellis Brant, Richard Carruthers, Matthew Christie. Helen Collins, Rebecca Daniel, Lauren Gest, Emily Gordon, William Houltby, Ashleigh Manning, Christopher Pocklington, Ryan Stamp and Alex Traves all picked up three or more of the top grades.