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Redbridge results: West Hatch High School celebrates best results ever

PUBLISHED: 14:48 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:48 18 August 2016

Pupils at West Hatch high School, high Road, Chigwell, celebrate as the school achieves its best A-level results ever.

Pupils at West Hatch high School, high Road, Chigwell, celebrate as the school achieves its best A-level results ever.

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This was a record year for the West Hatch High School as its students achieved the best A-level results ever.

A total of 86 per cent of all grades were A* to C and 58pc of grades awarded were A*, A or B.

The overall pass rate was 99.7pc with vocational courses achieving excellent results.

Headteacher Frances Howarth said: “We are absolutely delighted with these results and so proud of what our students have achieved.

“All their hard work coupled with excellent teaching from our experienced staff has really paid off.

“West Hatch continues to provide a very high quality Sixth Form education enabling our students to have the edge and compete with the best.

“We wish our students well as many of them now go off to prestigious universities across the country or take on top jobs and apprenticeships in London.”

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