A-level results 2016: Freman College, Buntingford

PUBLISHED: 11:41 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 16:26 18 August 2016

Sam Draper with his results at Freman College.

Sam Draper with his results at Freman College.


Students at Freman College in Buntingford came away with some of the highest grades the college has ever seen as A-level results were opened this morning.

Caitlin Vann opened her results at Freman College and got two A*s and one A grade.Caitlin Vann opened her results at Freman College and got two A*s and one A grade.

Headteacher Helen Loughran said: “It is fantastic to see how well students have done again this year.

“They worked tremendously hard and as a result, almost without exception, they are setting out on the career route they wanted.

Jack Jeffreys scored an A*, three As and one B in his A-levels at Freman College.Jack Jeffreys scored an A*, three As and one B in his A-levels at Freman College.

“It is a real testament to the wide range of skills and the strength of our different departments that we have students moving on to such a diverse range of courses, apprenticeships and jobs. We are extremely proud of all of them – I know they are going to go on to even further success in the future.”

Freman’s overall pass rate at grades A*-E was 99 percent.

Alex Houghton-Dodd was pleased to get his results today.Alex Houghton-Dodd was pleased to get his results today.

Top performers include Alex Houghton-Dodd who got an A in business studies, economics and mathematics, Jack Jeffreys got an A* in mathematics and As in history, further mathematics, general studies and a B in physics, and Caitlin Vann who gained 2 A*s in art and photography, and an A in English literature.

There were also high flyers amongst the students taking the Level 3 BTEC Extended Diploma in Sports Studies which is equivalent to 3 A-levels.

Annie Brierly, Tom Burns, Ben Coffey, Josh Holmes, Scott Murray, Emma Nightingale, Charlie Owen and Jade Walker all achieved three Distinction* grades, equivalent to 3 A*s at A level.


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