Ipswich Academy celebrates improvement in A-level results for 2015

Pamela Hutchison, executive principal of Ipswich Academy.

Pamela Hutchison, executive principal of Ipswich Academy. - Credit: Su Anderson

Ipswich Academy has celebrated an improvement in its A-level grades from last year, as 76% of students gained A*-C grades.

The figure is up from 58% last year and 66% in 2013, while 97% of the 38 A-level pupils achieved A*-E grades – up from 92% in 2014.

Executive principal Pamela Hutchison paid tribute to the hard work of staff and students in their achievements at the academy.

Mrs Hutchison added: “We are delighted that our students’ hard work has paid off and they are heading off to university to study a range of courses including Business, Finance and Accounting, Dance and Forensic Science.

“Other notable success are the students who have secured prestigious apprenticeships in the field of IT and also at BT in media and engineering. We wish all Year 13 students every success for their future.”


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