Francis Bacon School, St Albans, achieves 'exceptional' A-level results

PUBLISHED: 12:39 20 August 2009 | UPDATED: 14:22 06 May 2010

Francis Bacon pupils celebrate their success

Francis Bacon pupils celebrate their success

TWO students at Francis Bacon School in St Albans had particular reason to celebrate today after achieving straight A grades at A-level. Colin Francis, who scored As in English Literature, History and French, and Hollie-Ann Hatherell, who achieved A grade

TWO students at Francis Bacon School in St Albans had particular reason to celebrate today after achieving straight A grades at A-level.

Colin Francis, who scored As in English Literature, History and French, and Hollie-Ann Hatherell, who achieved A grades in English Literature, French, Maths and Further Maths, led a strong group of students who have secured their first-choice university places.

Head Jacqui Verrall said: "We are extremely proud of Year 13's achievements at Francis Bacon and wish them every success in their chosen paths.

"These exceptional results are a testament to the hard work and tenacity of students and their teachers. The AS results have given students a good foundation to progress and achieve their A2 targets.


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