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A-level results day 2019: North Bridge House Canonbury honours ‘hard work of students and staff’

PUBLISHED: 16:19 15 August 2019 | UPDATED: 16:19 15 August 2019

North Bridge House Canonbury A-level results day. Picture: North Bridge House Canonbury

North Bridge House Canonbury A-level results day. Picture: North Bridge House Canonbury

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A private school in Canonbury is lauding its students A-level results, after 32 per cent of pupils achieved A* to A grades and 57pc of kids got A*-B.

North Bridge House Canonbury students got their A-levels today. Picture: North Bridge House CanonburyNorth Bridge House Canonbury students got their A-levels today. Picture: North Bridge House Canonbury

North Bridge House Canonbury students did the school proud, with 40pc of English literature students and 44pc of its biology cohort gaining A* or A grades. The Canonbury Place school pointed out these percentages are nearly double the national average, and that all its students have earned spots at Russel Group universities.

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Outgoing headteacher Jonathan Taylor said: "These results, across a wide range of academic and creative subjects, are testimony to the hard work of both students and staff.

"I have always been immensely proud of our attainment as non-selective school, with students typically exceeding predicted grades and achieving more than they thought possible at the outset.

North Bridge House Canonbury students got their A-levels today. Picture: North Bridge House CanonburyNorth Bridge House Canonbury students got their A-levels today. Picture: North Bridge House Canonbury

"I could not have hoped for better results for our founding cohort who are now celebrating one in three A*/A grades in just five years."


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