Francis Bacon pupils accelerate away

PUBLISHED: 16:53 21 August 2008 | UPDATED: 13:31 06 May 2010

GCSE celebrations at Francis Bacon School

GCSE celebrations at Francis Bacon School

MANY students achieved beyond their potential in their GCSEs at Francis Bacon School in St Albans. Some Year 10 students also received excellent grades having been entered for certain subjects a year early on the accelerated learning programme. Several su

MANY students achieved beyond their potential in their GCSEs at Francis Bacon School in St Albans.

Some Year 10 students also received excellent grades having been entered for certain subjects a year early on the accelerated learning programme.

Several subjects achieved outstanding grades and many students have qualified to study A-Levels at the school.

Deputy head, David Graham, said: "The sixth form of Francis Bacon Maths and Computing College will continue to thrive with outstanding individuals.

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