A-level results: St Bonaventure’s pupils celebrate top grades
- Credit: Di Halliwell
Pupils at St Bonaventure’s have seen their hard work pay off with a flurry of top grades.
Among the high achievers was Dalton Bally, who achieved A*AA in mathematics, chemistry and biology.
The 18-year-old, who is going to University College London to study medicine, said: " I am stunned and very very happy. I worked hard and now I am stunned."
Klaudio Prela, 18, was another who excelled by achieving A*AA in mathematics, product design and physics.
He said: "I am proud of my achievements. Thank you to all of the teachers who have helped me achieve so much."
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Paula Kuneckye, who is going to Queen Mary after receiving ABB in business, geography and economics, said: "I am so happy now because I have got onto my first choice course at the university I wanted to attend. My teachers were so supportive and helped me."
The Boleyn Road, Forest Gate school saw record results in a number of subjects and director of sixth form Wayne Templeman said: "We are delighted that our students have done so well and are heading onto the universities, apprenticeships and training of their choice.
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"We are a caring community at St Bonaventure's and seeeing their joy today makes all of the hard work and dedication worthwhile."