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A-level success at Walton Girls’ in Grantham sees first Oxbridge place secured




Eloise Sinclair
Eloise Sinclair

Walton Girls’ High School and Sixth Form celebrate a successful day as top A level grades increase for pupils.

With a pass rate of 94 per cent at AS and a 100 per cent pass rate at A2 for at least two A levels, a large number of students scored more highly than their predicted grades, in both examined and vocational subjects.

Emily Salter
Emily Salter

It was also the first year for the school in which someone secured a place at an Oxbridge University.

Gaining three A grades in History, Biology and Religious Studies, Eloise Sinclair will head to Cambridge University in September to study history.

Coming in a year where intake of pupils has increased by 50 per cent, Head teacher Caroline Saxelby spoke of her delight with the results, saying: “This is my first Sixth Form results day at Walton and I couldn’t be more proud of our students.”

Charlotte Scorer, Inga Tagg and C Taylor
Charlotte Scorer, Inga Tagg and C Taylor
Catherine Lucas
Catherine Lucas
Amy Rose
Amy Rose


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