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Redbridge A-levels 2014: Beal High School

12:50 14 August 2014

Students Saakshi Bansal, 18, Khan Anusha, 18, Stephanie Constantinou, 18, Munraj Dhillon, 18, Kim Hepburn, 18, Kayla Roberts, 18, and celebrating their A-level results at Beal High School

Students Saakshi Bansal, 18, Khan Anusha, 18, Stephanie Constantinou, 18, Munraj Dhillon, 18, Kim Hepburn, 18, Kayla Roberts, 18, and celebrating their A-level results at Beal High School

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Students from Beal High School were up bright and early to celebrate their “excellent” A-level grades.

Filing into the hall from 8am onwards, the pupils found they had smashed the school’s previous best results.

Approximately 43 per cent achieved A* to B grades, 63 per cent achieved A* to C grades and 99.7 per cent took away A* to E grades.

Mark Smith, the head of sixth form, said: “We have had an excellent student performance, exceeding previous best A-level results.

“This is an excellent achievement by our Year 13 students, especially given the changes to A-level entries and the loss of the January resits.”

AS-level results were also strong, matching the school’s best performance.

Mr Smith said 25 of these students are now on target for straight A* and A grades in their A-levels next year.

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