A-level results: King’s School, Grantham

Students picking up their A-level results at King's School in Grantham.

Students picking up their A-level results at King's School in Grantham.

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King’s School in Grantham has seen an increase in its A-level pass rate on last year.

The percentage pass rate at A-level is 99.6 per cent, up from 98.2 last year. The percentage of subject entries gaining grades A*/A is 41 per cent, an increase of 10 per cent. The percentage of subject entries gaining A*-B grades is 67 per cent, up by five per cent.

Calvin Chan Aston, Hoonsoo Jeong Sheffield, Freddie Watchorn, Mohammad Abrar, Mohammad Mansoor and Daniel Denton.

Calvin Chan Aston, Hoonsoo Jeong Sheffield, Freddie Watchorn, Mohammad Abrar, Mohammad Mansoor and Daniel Denton.

Head master Frank Hedley said: “These are first-class results. Thanks go to teaching staff and to parents for all of the support given to the boys throughout their A-level studies.

“This was a superb year group. I am immensely proud of the boys and their achievements. I wish them every happiness and success in the next phase of their career.”

Top achieving students at King’s School this year are:

* Luke Wren – 5 A*, 1A and 1B grades. Luke is going on to study engineering at Churchill College Cambridge

Students picking up their A-level results at King's School in Grantham. Pictured are, from left - Luke Fidler, Luke Wren, Jack Carrington and Callum Granger.

Students picking up their A-level results at King's School in Grantham. Pictured are, from left - Luke Fidler, Luke Wren, Jack Carrington and Callum Granger.

* Muneeb Abrar – 5A* grades

* Rory Croft – 3A* and 2B grades

* Callum Grainger – 3A*, 1A and 1B grades. Callum is going on to study history at the London School of Economics.

Other top achievers include:

* Calvin Chan, who is going on to study Biomedical Science at Aston University

* Hoonsoo Jeong, who will study medicine at Sheffield University

* Freddie Watchorn, who is going to Nottingham University to study veterinary science

* Mohammad Abrar, who is going to the Queen Mary University London to study medicine

* Mohammad Mansoor, who will study medicine at Liverpool University

* Daniel Denton, who is also studying medicine but at Leicester University

* Luke Fidler, who will be joining Callum at the London School of Economics to study history

* Jack Carrington, who is going on to the University College London to study physics

 

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