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Our top performing GCSE students

Our top performing GCSE students
From left: Abby Wells, Ryan Feakin, Tristan Macro and Antonia Qualey.
Tuesday 24th August 2010 by C. Freeman
Our four top performing GCSE students had cause to celebrate after clinching an impressive total of 32A* and 23 A grades between them!

Antonia Qualey, Tristan Macro, Abby Wells and Ryan Feakin were left stunned by their string of A grades and all are coming back to study in the Sixth Form.

Antonia Qualey who achieved 12 A* and 3 A grades said: 'I didn't think I could come out with these results, it's amazing. I'm pleased with history, I thought I would do a lot worse and I got an A*. I love English but I found the test really hard. I put in a lot of work revising. I'll come back to do biology, chemistry, English literature and maths but I didn't realise that I would get good grades in everything. I don't know what I want to do, but I'll just work hard, it will take a day at least to sink in!'

Abby Wells earned four A* and 11 A grades after putting in some serious revision: ' I feel really good; I didn't think I'd get any A*s. My success is down to my mum making me revise really hard with no social life. I started my revision about three months earlier before everyone else. I'm going to study biology, chemistry, maths and psychology at A Level and want to go into medicine to be a doctor or surgeon.'

Tristan Macro was awarded 10 A* and three A grades: He said: 'I worked non-stop in the holiday weeks when we revised and again when we left school. I'm coming back to do maths, chemistry, Spanish and one other subject at A Level. I'll celebrate by going out for a meal with my family.'

Ryan Feakin was celebrating his ten A* and three A grades. He said: 'It's an absolute relief, these are the only results I would have been pleased with. I was nervous and worried that I would have some disappointment. I fast-tracked maths and science so there were fewer exams and more time for revision on the other subjects. The hardest exam was PE, it was a lot harder than I thought so that's one result that I am surprised and pleased about. I'm coming back to do economics, physics, maths and further maths. Miss Stringer said I should be chuffed to bits!'

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