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St Edwards Sixth Form students thrilled by A-level success

PUBLISHED: 12:52 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 15:21 18 August 2016

St Edward's Church of England sixth form pupils Ramel Smith, Nicole Ball, Kerrie Norris,  Kieran Anglia, Daniel Squires, Amy Smith, Rachael John, Alfie Robinson, Alfie Bond, and Myles Mugo.

St Edward's Church of England sixth form pupils Ramel Smith, Nicole Ball, Kerrie Norris, Kieran Anglia, Daniel Squires, Amy Smith, Rachael John, Alfie Robinson, Alfie Bond, and Myles Mugo.

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Sixth form pupils at St Edward’s Church of England school have spent the morning celebrating after achieving another set of excellent results.

The students at St Edward’s Church of England School and Sixth Form College, in London Road, Romford, were celebrating as 97 per cent of grades achieved were A* to E grade.

A number of students were bursting with pride as they celebrated their outstanding grades, as Nicole Ball and Ramel Smith achieved A*, A, A, whilst 18-year-old Kerrie Norris secured the grades and a bursary to do an International Business degree at Leeds University.

Ian Raper, acting head teacher said: “I am delighted that the vast majority of our sixth form students the achieved the results they needed to get onto their chosen courses.”

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