A-level improvement at Cedars Upper

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Sixth form students at Cedars Upper School in Linslade have been celebrating another set of excellent results, which were again an improvement on the previous years’ results.

The school’s atrium was full of excited students, ready to celebrate their achievements after months of extremely hard work and to confirm university applications.

Headteacher, Steve Palmer said: “Once again we are delighted with the achievements of our students and there have been some exceptional results.

“Many students had top grades across the board and are now progressing to university. A pass rate of over 99% is something to be really celebrated.

“The percentage of Year 12 students achieving the highest grades increased once again, and the percentage of Year 13 students achieving A* grades nearly doubled.

“Students and staff have worked incredibly hard over the past year and we are really proud of our students’ results.

“Our Year 13 students now leave us for the next exciting chapter in their lives and we wish them well.

“Year 12 students have laid excellent foundations for the coming year and I am sure they will continue to push themselves.

“I would like to once again thank all of the staff for going the extra mile with the students, and the parents and carers for their continued support.

“The Ofsted inspection last year saw the many strengths of our sixth form and these have been reflected in the results.”

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