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Photo Gallery: Students at Reepham College celebrate A-level results

16:01 16 August 2012

Reepham High School Students getting their AS Level results - From left, Kate Brocklesby, Emma Pamphilion, Jessica Cameron-Heffer and Fiona Sinclair, who all have achieved A

Reepham High School Students getting their AS Level results - From left, Kate Brocklesby, Emma Pamphilion, Jessica Cameron-Heffer and Fiona Sinclair, who all have achieved A's, with 17 between them. Picture; Matthew Usher.

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There were plenty of happy faces at Reepham College today where students have been celebrating their A-level results.

The college, which opened in 2009, saw an impressive 11pc rise in the pass rate of A* to C grades.

The figure was 74pc last year and has risen to 85pc this year.

The A-level pass rate from A* to E is 100pc, up 1pc from last year.

Mark Farrar, principal of Reepham College, said: “As a new sixth form we have thoroughly established a track record of achieving outstanding A-level results.

“These fantastic results are down the hard work of students and staff and the support of the parents.”

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