A-level results celebrated at Sandringham School in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 12:13 16 August 2012

Glen Shorey with his father and Sandra Stellon, support teacher at Sandringham School

Glen Shorey with his father and Sandra Stellon, support teacher at Sandringham School

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SIXTH form students at Sandringham School are celebrating another year of success in A-level examinations.

Most students gained their first choice university places with many exceptional performances including those gaining A*s or As in all their subjects.

Glen Shorey, who has coped with the degenerative disease Friedreich’s Ataxia throughout his time at Sandringham, achieved two As and a grade B to secure a place to study journalism at Brunel University.

Headteacher Alan Gray said he was delighted for Glenn and all the upper sixth students: ‘These results demonstrate the outstanding effort students have put in to their studies and the high quality of learning and teaching provided by staff at the school.’

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