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Enfield school hits top marks in A-level results
A school in Enfield has continued to work wonders as it is rated "outstanding" for a third consecutive year.
Highlands School in Worlds End Lane, Enfield was given the grade by independent education group Alps with more than ten students receiving three A or A* A-levels today.
One of those with straight A* results, Marissa Lawrence, 18, said: “I am ecstatic with my results, I worked really hard and had excellent support from my teachers at Highlands School.”
When asked if she was anticipating top marks, the Highlands Student said: “I wouldn’t say I was expecting it, but I was certainly hoping for it. I can now celebrate with my friends until I go to Birmingham to read history.”
Alps is an education group recognised by Ofsted which schools and colleges can use to improve sixth-form teaching.
Headteacher Bruce Goddard said: "With a continually growing sixth form, these results will give our students even greater confidence in the fantastic staff that we have here"
Karl Tuton, director of sixth form, added: “We are all delighted that all the hours that have been put in by the students and their teachers, have produced such fantastic results. Our students are coached to believe that anything is possible, and so many have exceeded their dreams. As teachers, our reward is all the smiling faces today.”
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