Potters Bar school achieves top grades for university-bound students

August 30, 2017 by  

A school in Potters Bar was given cause for celebration after hearing the news that over 40 of its students are progressing to university, after achieving impressive results in their A level exams.

Church Road’s Mount Grace School saw over 40 students accept offers at universities up and down the UK after 80 sets of results for A level and level three qualifications were published.

Peter Baker, headteacher of the school, was more than delighted over what he called “another set of great A level results”. Baker added:

“I wish all the students the best of luck in the next phase of their lives.

Moreover, the school has achieved 73 per cent A* – C grades at level three which is another great result.”

Numerous other students are going on to apprenticeships and placements at prestigious companies such as fashion brand Ted Baker and the BBC.

A change to this year’s exams saw a number of concerns raised. However, those concerns now appear to have been unfounded, with students including Terri Harrhy and Nicole Bisett going on to bigger and better things after achieving top results.

When schools and colleges achieve exams success, they often wish to update their brochures and other materials to reflect these statistics. Local printing services are on hand to help design such materials.

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