Hartismere School and Sixth Form College
Hartismere in Eye is another school which is not issuing figures about results, but congratulated students on their hard work.
The school said today that sixth form students will progress to a range of competitive universities and apprenticeship placements.
Deputy Headteacher Sarah Gray said, ‘Their achievements are a testimony to the hard work of all our staff, governors and students and to the support given to them by their families in this exceptionally unusual situation’.
Chloe Williams, 18, from Mendlesham, a student at Hartismere, has reason to celebrate - as her results were very good, although slightly lower than she had expected. Chloe, who wants to be a doctor, has had her place at Leicester to study medicine confirmed.
She said: “I got two As for biology and maths and a B for chemistry. “I had been told I was predicted to get all A*s, but I am very pleased that I have got my place at Leicester.” The relieved student said: “It has been very stressful waiting - all the control has been taken out of our hands. I didn’t get very much sleep last night.” Chloe has been working for the East of England Ambulance Service since she finished school, as an ambulance care assistant, which has included driving ambulances. She plans to continue this work until she starts at university.
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