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Redbridge A-levels 2014: Ilford County High School

PUBLISHED: 11:45 14 August 2014 | UPDATED: 11:57 14 August 2014

Ilford County High School

Ilford County High School

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All eight of Ilford County High School’s Oxbridge candidates had their places confirmed this morning after receiving their A-level results.

Head teacher, Michael Capon, said: “Lot’s of people seem to be getting into their first choice university and I haven’t seen anyone in floods of tears yet.”

Overall, around 99% of pupils received passing grades in their A/2 results with 18.3% attaining an A*.

Almost three quarters of the students achieved A* to B grades and there will be 15 students studying medicine after they leave Ilford County.

Mr Capon added: “Congratulations are in order for all the students going away in September and also to the staff who have been teaching them over the past two years.”

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