Improved grades have been reported at Swaffham’s Nicholas Hamond Academy, where students collected their A level results today.
This year is the second in which students have taken A levels at the school since it became an academy in 2012.
A total of 73 per cent of students achieved three A* to E grades, up seven per cent on last year’s figure, with 30 per cent achieving three A* to C grades.
Principal Cheryl Hill said: “We were pleased with the results achieved by the cohort. They have made good progress from their starting points.
“The average grade for the Vocational subjects has increased from a Distinction last year to a Distinction star this year. Every student who wanted a university place achieved their first choice.
“I’m very proud of the students and staff with the efforts which have been put in. We are an academy which serves its community as we run an open 6th form which encourages both academic and vocational study.”
Ian Cleland, chief executive of the school’s sponsor, the Academy Transformation Trust, added: “The Trust is delighted with the performance of Post 16 students at TNHA. Performance has improved every year since the sixth form was re-established when the school became an academy.
“Congratulations to all students for their 100 per cent successful university applications.”