Students and staff at Spalding Grammar School are celebrating some outstanding A-level results.
Headteacher Nigel Ryan said all students, their families and staff can be justly proud of their A-level achievements.
He added: “This year group have had the added challenge of not being able to sit any A-level module examinations in January, so it is particularly pleasing to see so many achieving grades above the government’s estimates for them.
“All the students should now be in a position to pursue the next step in their career path.
“During their time at the Grammar School these students certainly added an extra dimension to the life of the school through their determination to get involved and make the most of their wide ranging talents.
“We have every confidence that these positive young adults will go on and continue to enrich the communities they live in.
“We wish them all the very best for the future.”
Top performers include:
Daniel Ilett – chemistry A*, further maths A, maths A, physics A
Aidan Dobney – law A*, economics A, maths A
Ben Penta – further maths A*, maths A*, physics B
Harry Lane – maths A*, further maths A, physics A
Christopher Nelson – history A, Latin A, physics A, Pre-U M1
Scarlett Blades – English literature A*, history A, general studies B, government and politics B
Ernestas Jackevic – economics A, geography A, maths A, physics B
James Harrison – business studies A*, law A, ICT B
Philip Robinson – geography A, general studies A, government and politics B, history B, Pre-U M1
Callum Martin-Moore – further maths A, maths A, physics A
Shannon Prudom – biology A*, chemistry B, geography B
Alistair Crisp – sociology A*, law B, psychology C.