High flying A-level pupils at Vyners School have been opting for apprenticeships this year, according to headteacher James Heale.

Four pupils who did well are going to Rolls Royce, the BBC, Talk Sport radio and engineering company KBR.

Top performer at the school in Warren Road, Ickenham , was Pammy Gill, who got A* in all three of her chosen subjects – English literature, history and politics – and is off to Nottingham University to read law.           

Delight for pupils at Vyners School as the A-level results are opened
 

Vyners achieved an A-C pass rate of 80 per cent, with an overall pass rate of 99 per cent and an average point score per entry of 219 (provisional).

“Most pupils got into their first choice university, which is fantastic,” he said.

“It’s the culmination of extremely hard work by students and staff.”

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