GCSE results 2016: Freman College, Buntingford

PUBLISHED: 11:24 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 11:24 25 August 2016

Royston's Lewis Tough was one of Freman College's top performers.

Royston's Lewis Tough was one of Freman College's top performers.

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The headteacher of Freman College in Buntingford said she ‘couldn’t be prouder’ after 80 per cent of students learned that they achieved five or more A*-C grades at GCSE this morning.

Girls celebrate their GCSE results at Freman College.Girls celebrate their GCSE results at Freman College.

And 75 per cent of students gained five or more A*-C grades which included both English and maths.

It is not just GCSE results that are being celebrated at the school, Year 11 student, Lewis Tough from Royston, is also celebrating the fact that in addition to his 11 A*s and 1 A grade in his GCSEs he has also gained A grades in AS-levels in German and mathematics.

Lewis also achieved full marks in both his computing and French GCSEs.

Lewis said: “I am really pleased with how well I’ve done and I’m looking forward to starting my A-levels in the sixth form.”

Ben Spriggs from Freman College pleased with his results.Ben Spriggs from Freman College pleased with his results.

Headteacher Helen Loughran said: “These are stunning results - the students should all feel so proud of themselves.

“I couldn’t be prouder and I know their families will be feeling the same way. They worked phenomenally hard and as a result they have put themselves in such a strong position for the next step in their careers. We will be welcoming record numbers back into the sixth form and have other students going on to excellent further education courses.”

The school’s top performers included:

Eden Jeffcoate at Freman College in Buntingford.Eden Jeffcoate at Freman College in Buntingford.

Lewis Tough - Grade A in AS Level German and mathematics in addition to 11 A*s and one A at GCSE

Joe Ganellin - 11 A*s, two As

Ben Spriggs - 10 A*s and one A

Ewan Fewell gets his GCSE results at Freman CollegeEwan Fewell gets his GCSE results at Freman College

Archie Blackaby - nine A*s and three As

Owen Groves - nine A*s and three As

Henry Eaglesfield - eight A*s, three As and 1 B

Izack Scott - eight A*s and 3 As

Rosie Beed - seven A*s, four As and one B

Ewan Fewell - seven A*s, four As and one B

Lydia Bishop - six A*s, two As and four Bs

Naomi Anderson - six A*s, one A, and four Bs

Simon Keogh - five A*s and 8 As

Sarah-Jayne Byrne - five A*s and seven As

Matthew Yates - five A*s, six As, and one B

Lizzy Cooney - five A*s, three As and three Bs

Katie Jeffreys - four A*s, six As and two Bs

Izzy Mitcham - four A*s, six As and one B

Maria Snape - four A*s, two As and four Bs

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