De Aston salutes successful A-level students

Head of sixth form Judith Curtis congratulates Sally Brunton and Adam De Smit.'Sally from Market Rasen achieved grades of A* A B and will be heading to Loughborough to study Business and Marketing, while Adam from Claxby heads to Newcastle University to study Financial Maths, having achieved  grades of A A C.
Head of sixth form Judith Curtis congratulates Sally Brunton and Adam De Smit.'Sally from Market Rasen achieved grades of A* A B and will be heading to Loughborough to study Business and Marketing, while Adam from Claxby heads to Newcastle University to study Financial Maths, having achieved grades of A A C.

De Aston School’s Sixth Formers were praised today for their individual performances.

The school had a number of students achieving the highest possible A level grade of A* and a host of others who gained A grades.

An agricultural studies place at Harper Adams awaits Stuart Colebrook, who checked out his results with mum Claire.

An agricultural studies place at Harper Adams awaits Stuart Colebrook, who checked out his results with mum Claire.

Those Year 13 students who achieved the highest grades possible included Alice Bull with two A* and an A grade.

Sally Brunton and Jan Van Der Lubbe also reached the A* threshold, whilst Jan’s brother Karl achieved excellent grades too.

In Year 12, there were notable successes for Tek Hong Chung, who achieved an A* in Maths a year early and all other AS subjects at A grade.

Kathryn Cook achieved an A* and a number of A grades in her AS subjects, with Victoria Smedley also adding a couple of A grades as part of her AS subjects.

Charlotte Bradley, Head Boy Jordan Chilvers, James Quinlan and Daniel Richardson all achieved their chosen places.'Charlotte Film and TV Studies at Hull, Jordan Theatre Studies or English at Birmingham, James Film and TV Studies at Grimsby Institute and Daniel Maths and Education at Lincoln's Bishop Grosseteste

Charlotte Bradley, Head Boy Jordan Chilvers, James Quinlan and Daniel Richardson all achieved their chosen places.'Charlotte Film and TV Studies at Hull, Jordan Theatre Studies or English at Birmingham, James Film and TV Studies at Grimsby Institute and Daniel Maths and Education at Lincoln's Bishop Grosseteste

Headteacher, Ellenor Beighton put the success of individuals down to “the hard work of students and the dedication of the staff”.

“All the students worked hard and should be proud of their achievements,” she added.

Twins Charlotte Wilson, left, and Laura Wilson will be heading to opposite sides of the country - Northumbria and Civil Engineering for Charlotte,  Bath Spa and English and Education Studies for Laura.'They are pictured with headteacher Ellenor Beighton and Alice Bull, who achieved some of the highest scores possible, A* A* A, and will got Durham University for a degree in Psychology.

Twins Charlotte Wilson, left, and Laura Wilson will be heading to opposite sides of the country - Northumbria and Civil Engineering for Charlotte, Bath Spa and English and Education Studies for Laura.'They are pictured with headteacher Ellenor Beighton and Alice Bull, who achieved some of the highest scores possible, A* A* A, and will got Durham University for a degree in Psychology.

Beth Huby will be going to Nottingham University to study Ancient History and Archaeology, hoping to work for someone like English Heritage, while boarder James Martin, originally from South Africa, heads to the University of Kent to study Social Anthropology, with an aim to a career "helping people in some capacity."

Beth Huby will be going to Nottingham University to study Ancient History and Archaeology, hoping to work for someone like English Heritage, while boarder James Martin, originally from South Africa, heads to the University of Kent to study Social Anthropology, with an aim to a career "helping people in some capacity."