A-level results 2014: Freman College, Buntingford

10:01 14 August 2014

Greg Marshall, Hannah Tofts, Dan Share, Tom Hornby, James and Rebecca Paull-Wills.

Greg Marshall, Hannah Tofts, Dan Share, Tom Hornby, James and Rebecca Paull-Wills.

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It’s a record-breaking year at Freman College in Buntingford as students receive their A-level results.

Adam Greenhill, Grace Handley and Megan Eustace on results day,Adam Greenhill, Grace Handley and Megan Eustace on results day,

The school achieved a 75 per cent A* - C pass rate with more than a quarter of all students achieving all A* or A grades.

Headteacher Helen Loughran said: “This is a fantastic achievement. The media have been warning that A-level results were set to drop this year which makes what the students and their teachers have achieved all the more impressive. They worked so hard and absolutely deserve the superb results they have gained. I wish them every success as they move on to the next stage in their careers. We are all very proud of them.”

High flyers with three or more A* and A grades include:

Hannah Backham: AAAA

Charlie Anderson: A*AAB

Widad Chibi: AAAB

Harry Dunn: A*AA

Charley Earl: A*A*AA

Lara Gibson: A*A*AB

Ellie Hawkins: AAAB

Emma Hitchman: A*AAA

Greg Marshall: A*AA

Lydia Norris: A*A*A

Joe Parrott: A*AA

Megan Spriggs: A*AAA

Hannah Tofts: A*A*A

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