Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi has congratulated its students on their A-level success, where a record 100% of students achieved the level 3 threshold (at least 2 A Level qualifications at grades A*-E or equivalent).
37% of grades were A* or A, 50% of grades were at A*-B, with three quarters of grades being grade C or above. The Welsh Baccalaureate proved very successful with 90% of candidates achieving the full Advanced Level Diploma which is the equivalent of an A grade at A level.
Headteacher Nicola James said: “I congratulate our students wholeheartedly on their success which is a reflection of their hard work and commitment, the support of parents and the dedication of all the staff at Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi. We are proud of all our students and we wish them well for the future.”
Notable successes included Osian Rees (A*A*A*A A) who will take up a place at Bristol University to study Engineering Design; Tristian Herbert (A*AAA) who will study Biological Sciences at Oxford University; Valentina Volikakis (AAAB) who will study Zoology at Cardiff University; Lewis Tanner (AAAB) who will study History at Bristol University; Georgia Mansfield (AABC) who will study Law and Criminology at Cardiff University; Iwan Jones (A*AB) who will study Mathematics at Cardiff University and
Shannon Chambers (AAAAB) who is pursuing a career in Equine Sports Therapy.
The AS results are also very encouraging, with several students receiving a string of the highest grades, including Ewan Bodenham (AAAB); Ales Belotti with (AAA); Tai Griffiths (AAAB); Gwyneth Mathews with (AAAB) and Jenna Hall with (AABB).