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Celebrations begin as grammar school's results are in

Students and staff at Clarendon House Grammar School in Ramsgate are celebrating another impressive performance in the A Level examinations.

Improving on last year’s highly rated showing, the class of 2008 saw 98.3 per cent of all candidates passing all their subjects – and in 23 of 27 subjects, the overall pass rate was an unbeatable 100 per cent.

Kevin Fenner, head of the sixth form and assistant head teacher at the specialist languages school, is delighted. He said: "Once again our students have demonstrated what can be achieved with determination, enthusiasm and good teaching and learning.

"‘This year’s results are very pleasing. The vast majority of our students will be going off to their choice of good universities to study a wide variety of interesting courses. Our sixth form offers a real diversity of learning and this is reflected in the range of degrees our students are taking."

Three students gained four A grade passes. They are: - Serena Brady: Psychology, Media Studies, English Literature, General Studies; Claire Hazelton: Art, Music, Classical Civilisation, General Studies; Ella Hunt: Government & Politics, Geography, Biology, General Studies.

Five students achieved three A grade A levels. They are: - Stacy Bonner: Psychology, English Literature, Biology; Abigail Brookman: English Language & Literature, Mathematics, Biology; Amy Hirst: History, English Literature, General Studies; Katie Hogben: English Literature, Design Technology, General Studies; and Dean Wood: Theatre Studies, Music, English Language & Literature.

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