Bishop Ramsey Sixth Form achieved a 100 per cent overall pass rate and a plethora of A* grades as students picked up their A-level results today.

Many students at the school in Hume Way, Ruislip, jumped for joy when they read their results this morning (Thursday, August 14).

Nationally it is being reported that there has been a slight fall in A* and A grades and the overall pass rate is down for the first time in 30 years.

But that hasn't hit Bishop Ramsey 's hard-workers, with 83 per cent of students gaining the all important A* - C grades.

The average point score per student was an impressive 752.

Students Alastair Poole, who looks forward to heading off to Durham University to study natural sciences, and Paul Ackers both achieved three A* grades.

Victoria Fischbacher will start her sociology and politics course at Cambridge University in September after gaining two A*s and one A.

Bethany Harle and Emily Stokes also got two A* grades and one A, Emily is off to Cardiff to study medicine.

Soon to be Bath student Jonathan Halford joined John Nelson in achieving an A* and two A grades and Aaron Walker walked away with a very impressive triple A grade result.

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