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City of London Academy with “best ever” set of results

PUBLISHED: 10:13 19 August 2016 | UPDATED: 10:13 19 August 2016

It was a successful day for City of London Islington

It was a successful day for City of London Islington

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City of London Academy principal Clare Verga described her “delight,” yesterday as her school scored their best ever set of A-level results.

Students pose for photos following their resultsStudents pose for photos following their results

“We are delighted with the outstanding results achieved by our students,” she said.

“All of our Year 13 students have had offers of university places and we are sure that their excellent sixth form results will set them up well for the next stage of their educational journey.”

The school had 71 percent of exams graded between A* and C, and more than doubled it’s percentage of students achieving A* and A grades.

The number of students receiving passing grades was also up from last year, making it a successful day in all for the school’s sixth form.

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