Successful UCTC students include, back row, Shannon Woollard A*ABC (International Law at Kingston University); Isabella Wilson AAB (International Relations at LSE, awaiting confirmation); Guilia Lima Bianchi A*AAAA, five A levels, (Law at LSE). In the front row are from the left, Sam Aldis A*AA (Biochemistry, University of Sussex); Anna Fletcher AAC (Mathematics, Royal Holloway); Ben Sumpter A*A*ABb (Art Foundation, Brighton); Amelia Johnson ABB (Law, Reading University); Alasdair Ross A*A*A*A (Physics, Oxford); Veselin Vankov A*A*AB (Maths and Comuter Science, Bristol University); Evie Haywood AAB (Theology with International Studies, Durham University); Rebecca Fish ACC (Mathematics at Reading University); Chris Merrett ABBb (Chemistry with International Studies, Nottingham).

A-level results at Uckfield college buck national trend

A-level results at Uckfield Community Technology have bucked the national trend by improving while elsewhere there has been a dip.

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Chris Merrett (ABBb), Guilia Lima Bianchi A*AAAA (five A-levels) and Sam Aldis A*AA.

The college says in a press release that it is delighted to announce another excellent set of results reflecting the hard work and commitment of students and staff.

The percentage of A*-C grades was 77%; A*-B, 49%; A* or A 25% and A* 10%.

The college said the vast majority of students were on track to gain their first choice of university place.

There were many outstanding individual results with high achieving students gaining a clean sweep of A* and A grades, securing among them places at Oxford to read maths, the London School of Economics to read Law and one of the highest ranked universities in the world, M.I.T. in Boxton, Massachusetts.

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Elliot Masham (A*A*Ab) who is to study Chemical Engineering.

Principal Hugh Hennebry said: “I am delighted that so many students have been rewarded for their commitment to their studies and dedication to their work. They have achieved great results which will set them firmly onto the next phase of their lives.

“Staff and parents, who have worked in such strong partnerships to support our students, are so very proud of them all.”

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