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Saint Felix Celebrates
August 10, 2021

Once again, students at Saint Felix School have achieved outstanding A Level results with 57% of all grades at A Level being awarded at A* to A. With 100% A* to A grades awarded in English Literature, Latin, Chinese, Music, Physics and PE.

This excellent overall 100% pass rate in all subjects is a testament to the dedication and hard work of all students throughout this difficult past year. With exceptional teaching and support from parents, all students have secured a place at their first-choice university.

Notable successes include Head Boy Henry, from Oulton Broad, who has been a pupil at the school since Nursery, and Bradley from Kessingland, both achieved A*s in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.  Henry will go on to study Physics and Astronomy at Durham University and Bradley Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London.  Mollie, from Gisleham, who has also been a pupil at the school since Nursery achieved an A in Chemistry and A*s in Biology and Psychology will go on to study Medicine at Exeter University.

Headmaster, Mr James Harrison, said: “Despite the obstacles and difficulties that this cohort of students had to face during their A Level studies, I am pleased that all of them have secured their first-choice places at university and that they have fared so well academically.  This has always been a dedicated and highly able group of students and so their amazing successes this morning comes as no surprise to those that know them well.  I could not be prouder and I wish them all success for the future.”