Highest A-level results in school’s history at King VI Grammar School in Louth

Pictured is Lydia Copinger and Lauren Harrison. Photo: Ian Holmes.
Pictured is Lydia Copinger and Lauren Harrison. Photo: Ian Holmes.

Headmaster at King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth, James Lascelles shared his delight after pupils achieved the highest A-level grades in the school’s history.

He said: “These A-level results in the school’s are a real testament to the collaborative and supportive relationships that exist here between the staff and the pupils.

“In many ways this year group personifies what we stand for as a school: excellent results combined with outstanding contributions to the wider life of the school and community.”

UCAS points per candidate were 407, or the equivalent of A*AA: the highest in the school’s history.

The Sutton Trust ranked King Edward VI Grammar School second in Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire for the percentage of pupils going on to university.

Mr Lascelles added: “Today our initial results indicate that this trend continues with the vast majority of our pupils achieving their university offer on the day.

“A small number are close and will need to check with their provider but we anticipate the vast majority of these will be accepted within a day or two.”

The following pupils achieved the highest possible accolade with A* or As in three or more subjects: Higgins Clare, Cui Alice, Manton Charlotte, Ryder Tom, Bell Robert, Milson Amy, Nicholas Rhiain, Calthorpe Natalie, Hulme Beckah, Phillips Sophie, Taylor Hannah, Ceylan Diyar, Jones Callum, Langley Georgina,

Parkes Isobel, Petchell Rebecca, Sanderson Jessica, Spriggs Stella, Still Sam and Wivell Kirsty.