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A-LEVELS 2020: Pupils reach their exam goals at Swaffham school

Officials at the Nicholas Hamond Academy in Swaffham say all of its pupils who were hoping to go to university this autumn can do so with the grades they have achieved.

Pupils and staff gathered at the Brandon Road site for the first time today following the death of student support leader Danielle Chilvers at the weekend.

And head of sixth form Phil Segar said: “We are so proud of the results that our students have achieved.

The Nicholas Hamond Academy Swaffham Main Entrance. (40424601)
The Nicholas Hamond Academy Swaffham Main Entrance. (40424601)

“Although not sitting a final exam or submitting full coursework in some subjects the students’ have worked hard to achieve these grades and can be proud of their efforts.

“We are happy to report that all students have achieved the grades they needed, with a 100% pass rate, and everyone who had applied to university has the grades needed to go.”

He added: “There are some excellent individual efforts that deserve a mention.

“Both Leanne Smart and Cortney Fitter achieved four A-Level equivalent qualifications, and Mollie Scott and Kily Dye achieved multiple Distinction * grades in vocational subjects.

“Both Mollie and Cortney achieve the status of Norfolk Scholars.

“A huge well done to all of our sixth form students, and thank you to the staff and parents that have supported them over the last two years.

“The staff at the Nicholas Hamond Academy wish them every success in their next steps.”

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