Students and staff at Lutterworth College were today (Thursday) celebrating its best ever A and AS-level results.
Many students gained the top grades at A-level - 99% of students gained pass grades, with 52% achieving A*-B and 75% of all grades A*-C
Head of Lutterworth College Ben Solly said: “These are a fantastic set of results, the best ever recorded by Lutterworth College students. Our students and staff are very proud of these achievements.
“We have worked incredibly hard this year to ensure students are well supported by their subject specialist teachers and we are pleased to see so many students achieving the top grades.
“I would like to wish all of our students the very best of luck in their next steps.”
Star students who gained four A-levels included: Katie Mahon (A*A*A*A) going to Bristol to study mathematics; Lucie Rostron (A*A*A*A) going to Durham to study mathematics; Robert Smith (A*A*AA) going to Nottingham to study mechanical engineering; Alistair Kirtley (AABB) going to Bristol to study mathematics and physics; Aaron Fretter (A*ABB) going to Warwick to study accounting & finance; Alex Gregory (AABB) going to York to study natural sciences; Nathan Lawson (A*AAB) going to Sheffield to study history
Gaining three A Levels at A/A* were: Thomas Gamble (A*A*A); Genevieve Jordan (A*A*A); Emily Lovell (A*AA); Louise Luxton (AAA); Ellen Martin (A*A*A); Neya Patel (A*AA); Dominique Pope (A*A*A); Emily Williams (AAA); Georgia Woods (A*AA); Thomas Woolley (A*A*A A)
Many subjects achieved particularly strong results: 90% of all results in government and politics at B grade and above; 64% of all results were A grades in futher mathematics, with one in three students gaining an A* grade; One in three students gained an A grade in drama with 100% of grades being A*-C; 100% of all results were B grade or above in French; Over 55% of all results were B grade and above in PE, history, chemistry and mathematics; Over 65% of all results were B grade or above in religious studies, sociology, media studies and textiles
Over 85% of all results were C grade or above in business studies, history, economics, sociology and food technology
In English Literature 75% of all results were a ‘C’ grade or above while 100% of all results were A*-C in engineering, philosophy, French, drama, food. 100% of all results were distinction* in BTEC performing arts (dance) and 88% of all results were distinction* or distinction for BTEC sports studies.