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‘Ecstatic’ pupils from King VI Grammar in Louth celebrate A-level results

Pictured are pupils Tom Ryder and Jessica Sanderson from King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth.

Pictured are pupils Tom Ryder and Jessica Sanderson from King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth.

 

Pupils from King VI Grammar School in Louth were up bright and early this morning (Thursday) to find out what results they have received in their A-level examinations.

A number of pupils from the school that we spoke to were delighted with their results and were looking forward to attending their chosen universities in September.

Tom Ryder was shocked after he received an A* in Maths, an A in Chemistry, A in Physics and a B in further Maths.

Tom said: “I am really ecstatic and so happy with the results I received, they were a lot better than I expected.

“I will now be moving on to Newcastle University and I going to be studying Mechanical Engineering.

Jessica Sanderson is off to the Leeds University to study Chemical Engineering after she received 3 A’s in Maths, Economics and Chemistry.

The Leader also spoke to George Brumpton and Michael Wright who were both looking forward to heading off to university in the autumn. George is going to Leeds to do Physics and Michael will be going to the University of Lincoln to do Business Studies.

Isobel Parkes was happy with her three A’s in Chemistry, Biology and History and is heading off to the prestigious King’s College in London to study Neuroscience.

Then we spoke to Lydia Copinger and Lauren Harrison, Lydia is heading off to the University of Lincoln to study Psychology and forensic psychology and Lauren is going to Manchester Met to do Business.

 

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