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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

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Students and staff praised for breaking GCSE records

COPELAND students have been praised for their hard work following last week’s GCSE results.

A number of schools, including Whitehaven School, Millom School and St Bees School, have seen a rise in the amount of students gaining top grades.

According to Cumbria County Council, schools across the county were on target to see a record-breaking year for GCSE results.

At Whitehaven School, head teacher Lynette Norris said: “I am really pleased that the school has improved once again and particularly happy that students across all ability ranges hit their targets in such large numbers.

“The school community has all worked tremendously hard this year and these results are only part of the big picture of successes and added value that students receive here at Whitehaven School.”

The percentage of students gaining five A* to C grades including maths and English has risen to 43 per cent, which is a record for the school. There was also a significant rise in the proportion of students obtaining five A* to C grades which went up to 81 per cent from 66 per cent last time round.

Results in science and ICT were also very good, at 88 per cent and 79 per cent respectively.

Andy Ward, deputy head teacher, said: “These results are well above national averages and are a credit to the students and staff alike.”

Seven pupils at the school gained more than 10 A* and A grades. The top girl was ELEANOR MANGER, from Whitehaven, who gained nine A*s and two As. She will be studying chemistry, biology, psycology and maths at the sixth form centre. Staff say Eleanor scored 400/400 in her chemistry qualification, which is very rare.

ALICE BOWSKILL gained five A*s, five As and two Bs. She will be going on to study psychology, biology, geography and maths at the sixth form centre. She is hoping to train to be a mental health nurse in the future.

JOASH ALONSO, from Mirehouse, gained three A*s, seven As and one C. He will be studying biology, chemistry, maths and French at the sixth form centre. And HANNAH RUTTER gained two A*s, seven As, one B and one C. She will continue her studies at the sixth form centre, with a view to going to university to studying orthoptics.

CONNOR MILLER from Hillcrest, gained three A*s, seven As and two Bs. He will be studying maths, IT, business studies and biology for his A-levels.

While KIERAN SCOTCHBROOK, of Whitehaven, gained five A*s, with four As, one B and one C, and CLAIRE JACKSON gained four A*s, five As, a B and a C.

Head of Year 11, Rob Huck, said on behalf of himself and Sue West: “We are both delighted that this year group have achieved the best results in the history of the school. They have gained the best English and maths results. It is a true reflection of the commitment and dedication that they have shown to their studies since they joined five years ago. We wish them the very best and health and happiness in the future in whatever they choose to do,” he added.

At St Benedict’s School head teacher Ann Brook said: “We are pleased with all the work our students have done and there is some outstanding results. We want to congratulate them and wish them all the best for the future. All the students have definitely worked hard. We are proud of what they have achieved.”

Among the top performers were KATE WALLACE, from St Bees. She gained 10 A*s. She said: “I definitely wasn’t expecting to get all A*s!”

COLENE McLAUGHLIN, from Frizington, gained nine A*s and one A. She said: “I’m really happy, my grades are better than I expected.”

And JESS LONGRIGG, from Hensingham, gained seven A*s and two As and said she was “delighted” with her results. Jess will be studying French, German, chemistry and philosophy and ethics at the sixth form centre.

ALEXA BYERS, from Moresby, gained three A*s and six As. She will also be continuing her studies at the sixth form centre, while SCOTT MACKAY, of Moresby Parks, said: “I’m really happy with my grades, I thought I was going to get Cs in English and got As for both English language and English literature.”

He will be going on to study at the sixth form centre, will the aim of becoming a nuclear physicist.

While JOSEPH SANCZUK, of Moresby Parks, said: “I’m quite happy with my results. I got mostly Bs which was better than I expected.”

GEORGINA STALKER, of Whitehaven, was really pleased with her grades. She will be attending an interview this week for an apprenticeship as a mechanical designer at Tata Steel.

LUCY MATTINSON, from Whitehaven, also gained her results. She will be going onto study maths, history and English language at the school sixth form centre.

BRANDON SMITH, from Kells, will also be continuing his studies at the sixth form centre, studying physics, chemistry, maths and English literature.

At Millom School, students celebrated the school’s highest ever GCSE results with 95 per cent of the year group attaining five or more A*-Cs, up seven per cent from last year’s result of 88 per cent.

Using the measure of five or more A*-Cs including English and maths, the results stand at 59 per cent, which is an increase of 14 per cent on last year, the highest percentage the school has ever achieved.

Ian Smith, head teacher, said: “These results are superb. The headline figures speak for themselves, but beneath these summary results are some impressive individual stories. The results our students have achieved directly reflect the good and outstanding teaching Ofsted reported in July.

“The quality of teaching combined with the students’ diligence has enabled the school to reach new heights. I would like to recognise the support given to the students from all the staff, teaching and associate, as well as parents and carers and the governing body.

“ Given the Ofsted report the school received in July, these GCSE results and last week’s A level results show that Millom School is a community school that the whole of Millom and the surrounding area should be immensely proud of.”

He thanked chairman of governors, Professor Colin Richards, for his support.

Top performing GCSE students are FREYJA INGHAM with six A*s and four A grades, JOZEF PARK with five A*s and four A grades and GEORGIA HUGHES with three A*s and seven A grades.

Director of learning for Key Stage 4, Pam Atkinson, said: “The results are a testament to the hard work of both students and staff at the school. I would like to congratulate all students on their performances.”

St Bees School pupils also celebrated excellent GCSE results. This year the pass rate for A*-C grades was 92 per cent, well above the national average of 69.8 per cent.

Just over 40 per cent of all the grades awarded were at the A* or A grade level and if the B grade is included this rises to 72 per cent.

The top performing student, SEBASTIAN WILSON from Cockermouth, achieved a complete set of top grades. He gained eight A*s and three As, and BRUCE BARDSLEY and LUCY BUSHBY, both from St Bees, achieved eight A*s, two As and one B.

Headmaster, Philip Capes, said: “I am delighted that the hard work of our Year 11 pupils and their teachers has been rewarded with such an outstanding set of GCSE results. At St Bees we continually strive to challenge all of our students.

“We promote a Key Stage 4 curriculum which includes the separate sciences of biology, chemistry and physics as well as the modern foreign languages of French and Spanish. This is why the majority of our pupils finish the year with 10 or more GCSE passes.

“I am also pleased that every single member of this year group obtained a pass in GCSE mathematics with many students gaining an additional mathematics qualification in statistics.”

At West Lakes Academy, staff have praised pupils for their results. Vanessa Ray, principal at West Lakes Academy, said: “We are delighted with our students' achievements. There have been more applications for sixth form than ever before and 78 per cent of students got five good passes at GCSE.”

Including in the students receiving their results was ELLEN WILDIG who gained six A*s and three As.

WHITEHAVEN SCHOOL

Passes at A*-C grades followed by total at A*-G grade:

Sharni Ackerley 5, 11; Joash Alonso 11 11; Jordan Armstrong 2 6; Lynsey Aspinall 9 13; Dale Atendido 11 13; Imogen Atkinson 12 14; Louise Banks 11 12; Jonathan Baxter 4 7; Callum Beck 4 6; Gaige Bell 4 8; Hannah Bell 12 13; Stephanie Bell 14 15; Warren Bell 8 11; Aaron Bennett 10 11;

Emily Bennett 2 2; Josh Benson 8 12; Dayle Bickley 11 11; Lauren Billington 7 13; Daniel Bisset 5 9; Ryan Blake 9 12; Mitchell Blinco 4 10; Katie Boag 8 13; Scott Bowness 8 11; Alice Bowskill 12 12; Harrison Brannigan 10 13;

Matthew Brown 11 11; Blair Buchanan 10 12; Jez Campbell 7 11; Alan Cardy 7 11; Hayley Carr 12 12; Jack Casey 7 11; Ariane Casson 12 12; Amy Cherry 9 12; Jake Conoley 8 10; Ellie Cook 8 13; Daniel Coulter 8 12; Stephanie Coulter 12 14; Amber Cousins 9 10; Robin Crawley 3 7; Ross Crellin 4 7;

Danny Crossley 8 11; Daniel Cullen 10 12; Jodie Curwen 12 12; Courtney Davidson 10 12; Jordan Dewar 7 12; Kimberley Dixon 11 14; Raymond Dockeray 11 11; Jordan Donaldson 6 11; Nikki Dunne 8 12; Mitchell Elliott 0 2;

Luke Evans 0 0; Gemma Farrington 10 11; Paul Fell 6 10; Angel Fisher 10 11; Grace Foley 6 9; Amy Jo Fowle 6 9; Bradlee Fox 3 7; Kerry Foxwell 9 11; Paula France 6 13; Charlotte Frears 11 11; Connor Galloway-Reid 9 11;

Rebecca Garner 2 7; Jessica Gearing 2 4; Melanie Glaister 5 8; Barry-Joe Goodwin 6 8; Taylor Gracey-Eilbeck 5 11; Thomas Graham 11 11; Dale Grearson 9 11; Sharne Grice 10 13; Ashton Hagri 4 6; Amy Hamilton 6 9; Adam Hancock 5 8; Ryan Hardy 12 12; Bethany Henderson 14 16;

Sara Henry 12 14; Melissa Hewartson 8 12; Shannon Higgins 8 13; Sean High 7 13; Niall Highton 0 0; Connor Holliday 8 12; Andrew Horne 2 8; Dawn Horricks 7 12; Kyle Houghton 4 8; Courtney Hully 11 14; Matthew Humphreys 8 11; Ellie Inglesfield 9 13;

Lorna Irving 0 1; Claire Jackson 11 11; Matthew Johnson 12 12; Naomi Johnston 4 5; Shelby Johnston 8 13; Luke Jones 7 10; Ben Kelly 5 9; Grace Kelly 7 10; Kathryn Kennedy 0 2; Sophie Kennedy 2 8; Tyler Kenyon 4 6; Megan King 9 12;

Sophie King 11 11; Ross Kirkpatrick 8 11; Oliver Knox 10 11; Holly Lamb 9 14; Reece Lancaster 8 11; Hannah Lawson 10 12; Nat Lee 8 12; Matthew Linton 10 12; Lauren Lofthouse 7 11; Evie Long 11 11; Tony Lowrey 4 8; Michael Lythgoe 8 11; Kieran Macleod 9 12; Eleanor Manger 13 13;

Courtney Martin 2 6; Cameron McAlpine 4 10; Daniel McCann 10 14; Mandy McCarron 9 14; Sophie McCartney 13 15; James McCrickard 7 10; Lauren McCurrie 11 12; Coral McDonald 4 8; Joshua McDonald 11 11;

David McGarry 9 12; Ashley McGuire 6 11; Alan McKinley 7 13; Kelsey McKinney 4 7; Mitchell McLaughlin 4 8; Kathleen McNally 6 12; Sarah Merner 9 14; Peter Messenger 12 12; Thomas Metcalfe 11 12; Andrew Middleton 8 12; Ben Milburn 6 12; Jamie Milburn 11 11;

Connor Miller 12 12; Sophie Mills 10 13; Rhys Moore 11 11; Lennie Moorhead 13 13; Craig Morgan 12 12; Rachael Mork 9 12; Glen Morton 4 9; Poppy Morton 0 0; Shannon Mossop 12 12; Carl Newton 10 12; Reece Oakes 7 11; Cy Ormond 7 10; Glen Palmer 4 8;

Abbie Parker 8 12; Callum Parr 7 11; Zara Patterson 9 12; Aidan Pattinson 5 10; Leonard Pears 4 6; Lewis Pearson 9 12; Curtis Percival 2 2; Sean Percival 10 13; Jamie Phillips 8 12; Maddy Plaskett 10 11; Jessica Pollock 11 16; Chelsea Powe 12 15; Keelen Powe 13 13; Courtney Presley 13 14; Jack Priestley 11 12;

Natalie Reason 11 11; Callum Reay 6 9; Will Rickerby 5 10; Ryan Robinson 6 9; Codie-Lee Rogan 0 0; Mitchell Rogan 10 12; Beth Rothery 6 11; Rebecca Routledge 7 11; Hannah Rutter 12 12; Stephen Savage 2 4;

Kieran Scotchbrook 12 12; Ashton Scott 8 11; Ellie Scott 12 13; Helen Scott 13 14; Jordan Scott 7 11; Travis Scott 9 12; Lauren Sebastinelli 6 11; Thomas Sewell 12 14; Tamara Sharples 4 8; Heather Shimmin 12 12; Alex Simpson 10 11; Natasha Singleton 7 10; Sophie Skinner 10 11; Adam Smith 2 8; Amy Smith 8 11;

Amyleigh Smith 5 11; Benjamin Smith 10 11; Joanna Smith 10 12; Andrew Steele 12 12; Laura Stewart 10 12; Abi Stoker 7 10; Hayden Strawbridge 12 12; Natalie Summers 11 12; John Sun Qiao 3 3; Mark Tan 0 0;

Kenzie Taylor 11 11; Kirsty Taylor 7 11; Liam Taylor 10 11; Lauren Telfer 9 13; Courtney Todd 2 5; Oliver Todd 12 12; Sam Todhunter 8 14; Callum Toman 9 13; Dale Torney 2 7; Adam Twiss 10 11; Naomi Vickers 10 15; Zoe Walker 0 0; Robyn Ward 7 10;

Adam Watson 6 9; Simon Westray 2 4; Stuart Whitelock 12 12; Robbie Wilkinson 9 12; Dean Williamson 7 11; Aaron Wilson 4 9; Daniel Wilson 12 12; Sarah Wren 7 10; Sophie Wren 8 10; Becky Wright 11 11; Aaron Wynd 10 12; Shelina Yasmin 12 13.

ST BENEDICT’S

Passes at A*-C grades followed by total at A*-G grade:

Ryan Adams 6.5, 11.5; Jamie Ashburne 3, 10.5; Jordan Bagley 0, 6; Danielle Bailey 6.5, 11.5; Jake Banks 8, 9.5; Euan Bateson 4, 8.5; Tom Beatson 3, 10.5; Cameron Bell 9, 11.5; Robson Bell 1, 8.5; Andrew Bennett 11.5, 11.5; Briony Bennett 10.5, 10.5; Zoe Bennett 12.5, 12.5; Daniel Benson 10, 11.5;

Alexander Billson 11, 11.5; Haydn Birkett 3, 11.5; Dion Bland 5, 9.5; Robbyn Bowman 5, 11.5; Sophie Bowness 8, 9.5; Martin Bradley 6, 11.5; Jamie Broadbent 12.5, 12.5; Rachel Brough 5, 10.5; Yasmine Brough 8.5, 10.5; Jack Brown 11, 11.5; Simon Buchanan 11.5, 11.5; Courtney Burns 12.5, 12.5; Reigan Burns 2, 10.5; Sinead Burns 11.5, 11.5; Brad Butler 9, 10.5; Caitlin Butler 0, 6;

Georgia Butterworth 10.5, 10.5; Alexa Kate Byers 12.5, 12.5; Megan Byrne 1, 9.5; Rhiann Cannon 1, 8.5; Arron Chorley 10.5, 10.5; Conor Clark 2, 9; Chloe Coats 6, 10.5; Anthony Cole 10, 11.5; Ben Cole 11, 11.5; Bradley Connery 4, 10.5; Kieran Connery 4, 11.5; Abigail Connor 8.5, 10.5; Luke Connor 7, 10.5; Benjamin Croasdale 0, 1; Megan Cullen 3.5, 5.5; Clark Curnow 10.5, 10.5; Joshua Den Boer 9, 11.5;

Rebecca Denwood 0, 8; Connor Devlin 0, 2; Callum Doran 6, 11.5; Ellie Doran 10.5, 11.5; Jamie Doran 3, 9; Lauren Dougan 4, 9.5; Lee Dougherty 10, 11.5; Jonathan Dunleavey 0, 0.5; Ashleigh-Taylor Dunn 11.5, 12.5; Nathan Dunn 10, 11.5; Molly Dunnery 7, 10.5; Jade Eilbeck 2, 9.5; Sian Eilbeck 12, 12.5; Johnathen Everett 12, 12.5; Jessica Farrelly 11.5, 11.5;

Matthew Farrer 11.5, 11.5; Adam Fell 7, 10.5; Natalie Finn 11.5, 11.5; Ellis Fisher 1, 10.5; Lucy Fitzsimons 4, 10.5; Reece Fitzsimons 11, 12.5; Jackson Fleming 2, 9.5; Joshua Fletcher 8.5, 10.5; Nikki Fraser 11, 11.5; Tamsyn Fraser 6.5, 10.5; Rebecca Frazer 10.5, 11.5; Justin Garner 12, 12.5; Tyler Gillespie 1, 7; Emily Gilmour 10.5, 10.5; Rhys Glasson 1, 7.5; Lewis Gribbin 10, 11.5; Ben Grieves-Mattinson 1, 9.5; Jodie Groggins 11.5, 11.5; Jason Guilfoyle 2, 5.5; Bethany Guy 9, 10.5;

Kristian Hammell 4, 10.5; Katie Harvey 11.5, 11.5; Seana Henderson 8.5, 10.5; Matthew Herbert 9, 11.5; Lewis Hillon 4, 10.5; Levi Hipkin 8.5, 10.5; Dean Hodgson 8.5, 9.5; Lewis Hodgson 2, 9.5; Reid Hodgson 1, 7; Nadia Holder 1, 10; Bronya Holliday 10.5, 10.5; Thomas Horner 11, 11.5; Matthew Huck 4.5, 9.5; Dylan Hudson 6, 9.5; Timothy Hughes 9, 10.5; Dion Hugo 10, 10.5; Luke Hurst 10, 10.5;

Billy-Joe Irving 12.5, 12.5; Harrison Irving 2, 7.5; Naomi Jackson 0, 8; Rosaria Jameson 7, 11; Jason Jenkinson 11, 11.5; Liam Johnston 5, 9.5; Jasmine Jones 1, 9.5; Lucy Kavanagh 12.5, 12.5; Danielle King 6, 9.5; Wendy Kirkbride 1, 7; Granford John Korwin 12.5, 12.5;

Jordan Lane 2, 6.5; Ross Lister 0, 8.5; Adam Littleton 3, 6; Nadine Lofthouse 3, 8.5; Jessica Longrigg 10.5, 10.5; Scott Mackay 12.5, 12.5; Hannah Magean 8, 10.5; Carly Maguire 10, 11.5; Tammie Malkinson 10.5, 11.5; Cameron Mason 5, 10.5; Gary Mattinson 2, 7.5; Kelly-Ann Mattinson 3, 10.5; Lucy Mattinson 11, 11.5; Michael McAllister 1, 7; Danielle McAlone 4, 10.5; Niall McAteer 12.5, 12.5; Matthew McCarron 6, 9.5; Alex McCarry 11.5, 11.5;

Liam McCooey 5, 10.5; Eva-Annabelle McCreadie 12.5, 12.5; Christopher McGarry 6.5, 9.5; Luke McGarry 8.5, 10.5; Aaron McGlennon 7, 9.5; Stephen McKay 3, 7; Rachel McKenna 9.5, 11.5; Colene McLaughlin 11.5, 11.5; Tarren McLaughlin 10.5, 10.5; Todd McLaughlin 4, 10.5; Matthew Metcalf 10, 11.5; Richard Metcalf 8, 10.5; Dylan Meteer 5, 10.5; Mudaffa Miah 5.5, 9.5; Conor Moorby 4, 9.5; Anne Marie Moore 11, 11.5;

Ashleigh Moore 7, 11.5; Ellie Moore 7.5, 10.5; Lorraine Morrison 10.5, 10.5; Adam Muncaster 8, 9.5; Jack Murphy 6, 9.5; Reece Murphy 12.5, 12.5; Sarah Murphy 0, 0.5; Georgia Murray 3, 10.5; Ashley Newton 9, 11.5; Jake Nicholson 11.5, 11.5; Reece O'Connor 2, 9; Jordan O'Neill 5, 11.5; Bradley O'Pray 12, 12.5;

Billie Owen 4, 11.5; Charlotte Page 11.5, 11.5; Jessica Palmer 8, 9.5; Curtis Park 2, 6; Katy Park 11.5, 11.5;

Tristan Parker 6, 9.5; Danielle Parr 9, 10.5; Joe Patterson 9, 11.5; Samuel Pattinson 1, 9; Jacob Phillips 1, 2.5; Andrew Poyner 12, 12.5; Bradley Pratt 4, 10.5; Charlotte Preston 10.5, 10.5; Shannon Preston 2, 8.5; Daniel Pugh 4, 9.5; Stephanie Raisbeck 8.5, 9.5; Amy Raymond 11.5, 11.5; Tyler Reay 3.5, 9.5; Charlotte Richardson 10.5, 10.5; Luke Richardson 10, 11.5; Alanah Rickerby 2, 5.5;

Jack Riley 12, 12.5; Sian Riley 10.5, 10.5; Daniel Robinson 7, 10.5; Rachel Ronaldson 12.5, 12.5; Daniel Rudd 8, 11.5; Becky Rutherford 11.5, 11.5; Joe Sanczuk 11.5, 11.5; Thomas Sarrington 12.5, 12.5; Jenny Scott 10.5, 11.5; Thomas Scott 7.5, 10.5; Chloe Shackley 4, 10.5; Jack Sharkey 11.5, 11.5; Luke Shaw 4, 10; Joshua Shepherd 12.5, 12.5; Shepherd Taylor 2, 9.5; Short Kate 2, 9.5;

Ellen Simmonds 11, 11.5; Thomas Simmonds 1, 6; Brandon Smith 11.5, 11.5; Rebecca Smith 9, 9.5; Tom Stainton 9.5, 9.5; Georgina Stalker 10.5, 10.5; Rebecca Stamper 11.5, 12.5; Sam Steele 11.5, 11.5; Callum Taylor 11.5, 11.5; Jemma Tegg 11.5, 11.5; Adam Telfer 6.5, 9.5; Hannah Telford 11.5, 11.5; Scott Telford 1, 8; Megan Thackaberry 11.5, 11.5; Jonathan Thirlaway 2, 9.5;

Kieran Tolson 7, 11.5; Charles Tomlinson 9.5, 9.5; Aidan Walker 8.5, 9.5; Kate Wallace 11.5, 11.5; Stanzie Warren 6.5, 8.5; Kyle Watson 0, 1; Carly Wear 12, 12.5; Raymond Williamson 1, 2; Bethany Wilson 7.5, 10.5; Charlotte Wilson 8.5, 11.5; Danielle Woodburn 5, 9.5; Dean Wroe 2, 9.5; Rory Youdale 11, 11.5; Emily Young 12.5, 12.5.

WEST LAKES ACADEMY

Passes at A*-C grades followed by total at A*-G grade:

Timothy Allison 10, 12; Stephanie Amor 9, 9; Louie Anderton 0, 1.5; Matthew Atkinson 9.5, 9.5; Kerri Barker 9.5, 9.5; Kelli Barnes 11, 12; William Barratt 1, 6; Ruth Battersby 13.5, 13.5; Caitlin Batty 13.5, 13.5; William Bawn 7.25, 8.25; Sophie Beasley 0, 1; Josh Beaty 2, 5.5;

Thomas Begbie 11, 13; Sian Bell 13, 13.5; Chloe Benn 2.25, 3; Daniel Bewsher 2, 5.5; Sam Blamire 0, 2; Robert Bradley 6.75, 8.25; Abbie Brice 7.25, 10.75; Adam Broughton 1, 3; Scott Brown 3.25, 7.25; Charley Carr 5.25, 8.75; Kieran Carr 8, 8.5; Lorna Carroll 12.5, 12.5; Edward Cater 11, 11; Gareth Chapman 1, 2; Kayleigh Chester 5.5, 6.5;

Tom Cheung 11.5, 13; Owen Clarke 4.25, 5.25; Rebecca Clarkson 5, 8.5; Billie Conway 3.75, 7.75; Zoe Conway 0, 2.5; Nikki Corkhill 7.25, 10.75; Matthew Crayston 6.75, 9.25; Matthew Daglish 10, 10.5; Kate Daniel 12.5, 12.5; Becky Davison 8.5, 10; Ashleigh Denwood 6, 10; Lauren Devine 6.5, 8.5;

Arron Dixon 2.25, 3.25; Mitchell Doran 5, 10; Rhiannon Doran 12, 13; Sarah Dowell 12, 13; Jordan Duffy 7, 8.5; Hayley Dunn 5, 7; Jane Eccles 13.5, 13.5; Jodie-Louise Edington 9, 10.5; Mitchell Edwards 6.25, 7.75; Charlotte Elsam 11.5, 13; Luke Faichney 7, 12.5; Sophie Fairclough 10.5, 10.5; Andrew Fell 5, 8.5; Osian Fletcher 8, 9.5; Matthew Flynn 6, 9;

Bethany France 12, 12.5; Axel Franey 10.5, 10.5; Luke Franks 9, 11.5; Aidan Gardner 8, 9; Calum Gearing 10.25, 12.75; Abbey Gerry 13.5, 13.5; Jamie Gill 8.25, 12.75; Ashleigh Glaister 7.25, 10.75; Catherine Graham 5, 7.5;

Jack Graham 4, 8; Callum Grant 12, 12.5; Jack Greggain 7.75, 8.25; Daniel Griffin 2, 7.5; Scott Hail 3.75, 7.75; Lydia Halbert 12, 13;

Whitney Hamer 5, 9; Andrew Harris 6.75, 8.25; Rachel Hartley 12, 13; Jackson Heslop 6.25, 7.75; Ryan Hinde 2, 5.5; Aaron Hocking 10, 11.5; Jordan Hodgson 4, 7.5; Nathan Hoggarth 8.5, 12; Kayleigh Huddart 6.25, 8.75; Laura Huddleston 12, 14.5; Daniel Hughes 12.5, 14; Rees Hughes 11, 12.5; Ella Hunter 12.5, 12.5; Katie Hunton 7.25, 10.75;

Amy Johnston 8, 11.5; Sam Jones 13.5, 13.5; Naomi Keddie 12.5, 12.5; David Keir 0, 1; Adam Kerswell 9.75, 13.25; Ashton Kyles 11.75, 15.75; James Laverty 10, 13.5; Steven Lee 8, 9.5; Dale Little 11, 11; Bradley Marsh 0, 4; Jack McAllister 5, 9.5; Connor McCord 12.5, 12.5; Robert McCormack 15.5, 15.5;

Andrew McGee 10, 11; Bethany McKee 6, 9.5; Nathan Miller 6.25, 10.25; Emma Moore 11, 11; Tom Moore 11, 11.5; Natalie Morton 15.5, 15.5; Byron Mulhatton 8, 10.5; Daniel Muncaster 7, 9.5; Brett Musson 5.5, 8.5; Scott Neate 8.5, 10; James Newton 4, 8; Samantha Newton 6,.25 10.25; Jodie Nicholls 5, 8.5; Jackson Nicholson 4, 6.5;

Kimberley Nicholson 6.5, 9.5; Laura Nicholson 2.25, 2.25; Michael Nicholson 8.25, 13.25; Rebecca Nicholson 10, 10; Lauren Oaten 5, 7.5; Ashleigh Offen 9, 12.5; Callum O’Neill 9.5, 10.5; Adam Pearson 13.5, 13.5; Anna Pearson 0, 2.5; Alexandra Poole 8, 11.5; Emily Powell 13, 14.5;

Emma Powell 12.5, 12.5; Lewis Power 3.75, 8.75; Shane Pratt 0, 1; Coral Price 11, 13.5; Nathanael Pullin 12.5, 12.5; Ellie Radcliffe 7.5, 8.5; Amy Rae 13.5, 13.5; Sophie Rayson 13, 13.5; John Redmond 1, 4.5; Kaitlin Riley 10.5, 12; Timothy Riley 7, 9.5; Elouise Robertson 13.5, 13.5; Luke Robertson 9.5, 11; Mason Robinson 9, 11.5; Nathan Rooney 6, 8.5; Lynsey Routledge 11, 12.5;

Callum Rowe 0, 3; Joshua Rudd 0, 0.75; Matthew Rudd 7.75, 9.25; Jessica Russell 5.75, 10.75; Jake Saunders 12.5, 14; Daniel Scott 10, 11.5; Emily Sharpe 7, 10.5; Kerri Sharpe 3, 6; Charles Shaw 7, 10; Matthew Sherwen 2, 5; Jack Short 6.25, 10.75; Elysha Simpson 5.25, 8.25; Lauren Skipper 5.25, 9.75; Stephen Slater 13.5, 13.5; Geordie Smith 11, 12;

Megan Smith 11.5, 12.5; Suzanne Smith 12, 13; Lee Southam 8, 10.5; Rebecca Stacey 10, 10.5; Lewis Steele 2.25, 2.25; Lauren Story 4.5, 8; Louise Stubbings 12.5, 12.5; Ryan Tallentire 13.5, 13.5; Beth Telfer 0, 3.5; Emma Temple 8, 9.5; Amy Thomas 9, 12.5; Reid Thompson 10, 10.5;

Emily Toomey 9, 12.5; Rachel Tunstall 7.5, 8.5; Caia van den Elzen 12, 12; Sylvia Wadsworth 13.5, 13.5; Rebecca Walker 9.5, 9.5; Sam Walker 12.5, 12.5; Alana Warbrick 13.5, 13.5; Patrick Wells 10.25, 13.25; Thomas Wightman 7, 8; Ellen Wildig 14, 14; Mitchell Wilkinson 7, 10.5;

Aaron Wilson 14, 17.5; Scott Wilson 1, 2; Rebecca Wittridge 11, 13.5; Shane Woodman 2, 6; Ryan Woods 9.5, 9.5; Daniel Yetts 12, 12.5.

MILLOM SCHOOL

Passes at A*-C grades followed by total at A*-G grade:

Liam Ball 10, 10; Sophie Barratt 3, 9; George Bates 9, 12; James Bentley 9, 9; Jamie Bickerdike 13, 13; Jessica Bird 5, 8; Jordan Blackburn 12, 12; Jack Blezard 9, 9; Megan Boocock 8, 13; Amy Bradley 13, 13; Melissa Braithwaite 11, 11; Lindsey Britton 5, 8

Daniel Brocklebank 5, 8; Bethany Brown 16, 16; Brandon Brown 9, 11; Georgina Brownen 0, 2; Connor Brumby 5, 8; Hannah Cairns 5, 9; Joshua Carr 9, 11; Cameron Casson 5, 6; Simon Chapman 8, 10; Rebecca Chesher 10, 10; Daniel Clarke 11, 11; Samantha Clarke 6, 10; Garrie Conner 11, 12;

Emma Cordiner 7, 9; George Coulson 5, 8; Curtis Craik 5, 9; Ellie Crowther 9, 10; Jay Crowther 5, 7; Matthew Crowther 10, 12; Adam Dixon 12, 12; Clare Edgar 9, 11; Tiffanie Eland 9, 11; Shara Elias 11, 13; Gabriella Ellis 14, 16; Beth Fallows 13, 13;

Julie Fell 9, 9; Lewis Fitzwilliam 13, 13; Craig Giles 6, 10; Joshua Goodrum 9, 12; Hannah Graham 7, 11; Kayleigh Graveson 13, 13; Benjamin Hammond 10, 14; Sophia Heasley 9, 9; Emma Hodgson 13, 13; Otis Holliday 12, 12; Abbie Hughes 6, 8;

Georgia Hughes 14, 14; Terri Hunter 7, 12; James Hyde 10, 12; Freyja Ingham 10, 10; Laura Jackson 12, 14; Sarah Jackson 14, 14; Beth Jordan 9, 13; Michael Kellett 8, 12; Ethan Kelly 5, 8; Vicky Knott 10, 12; Lauren Laurie 1, 5;

Matthew Leach 5, 8; Bethany McCloy 13, 14; Luke McKerrow 3, 8; Jason McKnight 5, 8; Nicole McPherson 5, 8; John McPhillips 9, 9; John Miller 5, 9; Luke Mitchell 13, 13; Paige Moxon 5, 8; Jessica Mullen 13, 13; Kieran Mullen 7, 9; Ella Murning 11, 13; Natasha Nanson 13, 13;

Ella O'Brien 5, 8; Rowen Orrell 8, 12; Nadia Page 8, 9; Jozef Park 9, 9; Lynden Park 9, 9; Ryan Park 3, 9; Elizabeth Payne 12, 13; Collette Pemberton 14, 14; Jason Phillips 5, 8; Michael Plews 9, 9; Jasmin Proctor 6, 10; Samuel Pugh 6, 8; Margaret Richards 10, 10; Hannah Robinson 10, 10; Lewis William Ross 6, 8; Megan Rowlands 9, 10; Joshua Sanders 10, 10; Emma Savage 10, 10; Lauren Sharp 15, 16;

Michael Shepherd 8, 12; Shannon Simpson 8, 13; Benjamin Smith 5, 9; Carolyn Stewart 10, 10; Adam Swales 13, 13; Hugh Sweeney 8, 11; Ian Taylor 9, 12; Zane Taylor-Peacock 10, 11; Courtney Terrill 14, 16; Corin Thompson 8, 8;

Ben Tothill 6, 12; Pamela Troughton 12, 13; Craig Tyson 8, 9; Charlotte Vernon 9, 9; Ellen Watson 10, 10; Steffi Wilson 9, 9; Shannon Woodburn 5, 9; Alice Woodward 14, 14.

ST BEES SCHOOL

Anthony Armstrong 11, 11; Bruce Bardsley 11, 11; Hannah Barry 10, 10; McLaren Beckwith 10, 10; Adair Belton-Schure 10, 10; Joseph Brough 6, 7; Lucy Bushby 11, 11; Luke Charlton 5, 10; Norman Chu 8, 9; Kythe Dearden 10, 10;

Roy Donnan 8, 10; Peter Edwards 10, 10; Alina Fan 8, 10; William Fennell 11, 11; Katie Fowler 11, 11; Joseph Greene 11, 11; Matthew Hutchins 3, 8; Kieran Ip 10, 11; Gregory Jones 11, 11; James Last 9, 9; Abby Li 12, 12; Cameron Mackintosh 9, 10; Rowan Mellor 10, 10;

Eleanor Midwood 10, 10; Alexander Mossop 8, 10; Georgiana Oldham 10, 10; Amelia Pagan 10, 10; Joshua Shepherd 11, 11; Eleanor Simper 10, 10;

Chloe Smart 11, 11 Charlotte Smith 11, 11; Alexander Sykes 9, 9; Emmie Tomlinson 7, 8; Jonathan Tse 9, 10; Lewis Tyson 11, 11; Sebastian Wilson 11, 11; Vincent Wu 3, 8; James Zhang 3, 6.
 

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