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A-level results: Headteacher is ‘proud of the achievements’ of pupils at Drapers’ Academy

PUBLISHED: 12:30 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:58 16 August 2018

Kaitlin Hunt from Drapers' Academy achieved a B in A-level Japanese, as she is one of our Year 11 pupils who will be returning to collect her GCSE results next week.

Kaitlin Hunt from Drapers' Academy achieved a B in A-level Japanese, as she is one of our Year 11 pupils who will be returning to collect her GCSE results next week.

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The students at a Harold Hill school have been celebrating receiving their A-level results with many being able to go to their first choice university.

Jasmine Liddiard from Drapers' Academy achieved A’s in fine art, psychology and business studies.Jasmine Liddiard from Drapers' Academy achieved A’s in fine art, psychology and business studies.

Drapers’ Academy in Settle Road saw 87per cent of their students apply to go onto study at university, a number are heading to art college and some have secured employment.

Jasmine Liddiard achieved A’s in fine art, psychology and business studies. She has gained a place on an art foundation course at the prestigious Camberwell College of Arts in London.

Kaitlin Hunt achieved a B in A-level Japanese which is an impressive achievement considering the fact that she is a Year 11 pupil who will be returning to collect her GCSE results next week.

Darren Luckhurst, principal at the school said: “Once again I am proud of the achievements of our students with their A-level results.

Goda Vainauskaite from Drapers' Academy accepted an unconditional offer to read biomedical science at the University of East Anglia.Goda Vainauskaite from Drapers' Academy accepted an unconditional offer to read biomedical science at the University of East Anglia.

“These results come after two years of dedicated study. I am pleased that our students are now ready to take on the next exciting chapter in their lives with many gaining their first choices at university and others starting apprenticeships or going straight into the world of work.

“I’d like to congratulate all our students and on behalf of them thank our wonderful teachers who have dedicated so much of their time to ensure their students’ success.”

Another student who was pleased to receive their results was Goda Vainauskaite who accepted an unconditional offer to read biomedical science at the University of East Anglia.

She received an A in biology and B’s in chemistry and mathematics.

Michael Okojie from Drapers' Academy has secured a place to read psychology at Warwick University after achieving A’'s in Psychology and Business Studies and B’s in Drama and his EPQ.Michael Okojie from Drapers' Academy has secured a place to read psychology at Warwick University after achieving A’'s in Psychology and Business Studies and B’s in Drama and his EPQ.

Adam Debski will be taking his place to study economics at Drapers’ Academy sponsor QMUL after achieving B’s in history, politics and maths.

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