STUDENTS at Cordeaux School who received their A-level results today (Thursday) have dedicated them to popular student Matty Dawson, who has sadly died this week.
Cordeaux achieved a 100 per cent A-level pass rate in recent summer examinations.
The highest achieving student was Luke Todd whose three A-level haul included B grades in Maths and Physics.
He is now bound for Hull University to read Physics.
There were strong performances from Hannah Carlton, Owen Roberts, Dan Watkinson and Emma Hardy.
Other grade highlights include Rowena Laing’s A* in Health and Social Care.
She will now take up an Equine Science degree at Warwick.
Many students are now progressing to Higher Education. These include Alex Keyes who has been accepted to read Theology at Lampeter and Emma Cooper who will study for an Open University degree in Ancient History.
Ellie Pawson will be moving on to Canada to train as a snowboarding instructor.
Headteacher Peter Kubicki said: “We are very proud of the achievements of all our students. We now look forward to an exciting future contributing to a broader, more extensive Post 16 curriculum for students in partnership with Louth Area Schools.”
Head of Sixth Form, Andrea Taylor said: “There are some wonderful achievements. Students have dedicated their success to the memory of former Cordeaux pupil, Matthew Dawson who sadly passed away earlier this week.”