Brighouse High School sixth-formers celebrated success at A-level, this morning.
Students were enduring less stress than in previous years after a record number of university places were announced meaning students who had not achieved the points criteria for their chosen courses were still in with a good chance of getting on their preferred course through UCAS Clearing.
Head teacher Liz Creswell, said: “We’ve been really pleased with the performance of the students, we have had some fantastic results. Some of our students are going to some of the top universities in the country.
“We have other students who have met their targets and now sorting their places. We have been pleased universities have dropped [in number of students applying] in some cases and have been more leeway this year than in previous years; allowing students in with perhaps a grade lower than their offer.”
“The results are a culmination of a team effort - the students first and foremost, with the support of staff and of course. parents and carers at home.”
In the video students, Bradley Marsden (Business, A. Maths, A, Public Services D*), Jonathan Duthoit (Biology, A, Chemistry, A, Maths, A), Nehana Gittens (Biology, A, Chemistry, B, English, A, Extended Project, A*) and Lyndsay Wilkinson (Biology, B, Chemistry, A, Law, B) share their exam results success.