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A level results: Jack Hunt headteacher praises 'positive role models'

Jack Hunt students, staff and parents should be praised for 'relentless hard work', says headteacher.
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Students are celebrating at Jack Hunt after positive A level results

Jack Hunt has been celebrating stellar A level results today after a year of challenges due to the pandemic.

Headteacher Pamela Kilbey said: "Our students have worked incredibly hard, both at home and at school and remained focused on achieving the best outcomes they could, despite the incredibly challenging circumstances.

"They have also been through a substantial number of rigorous assessments and examinations at school and absolutely deserve the results they have achieved.

"We are proud of all our students’ results, are grateful for the positive role models they have been in the school and wish them all the best for their futures. I would also like to thank parents for their support and the staff for all their relentless hard work."

Particularly notable student achievements include:

Oliver Brown earned three A* grades and will be studying Chemistry at Newcastle.

Jack Brown was awarded two A* grades and one A grade and is heading to study Optometry at Cardiff.

Shuib Nadeem achieved two A* grades and one A grade and is studying Mathematics and Computer Science at Manchester.

Libby Nichols plans to take a gap year before studying History at Kings, armed with two A* grades and one A grade.

Zachary Bowes earned one A* and two A grades and plans to study Chemistry at University College London.

Fezaan Ahmed achieved one A* and two A grades to study Chemical Engineering at Loughborough.

Rochelle Unay got two A* and one C grade and is going to study Japanese and Spanish at Newcastle.

Aminah Rashid was awarded two Distinction plus and one B grade in preparation for studying MPharm at Leicester de Montfort.