PUPILS in Radnorshire have again achieved excellent A-level results.
Teachers are beaming with pride after A-level pupils across Radnorshire once again achieved top marks – with many of them gaining the coveted A* grade.
Headteachers from Llandrindod Wells, Builth Wells and John Beddoes in Presteigne have praised the hard work of their staff and the support given to pupils by parents.
At Llandrindod Wells High School, 94 per cent of A-level students achieved grades A* - C, while 92 per cent achieved.
Headteacher, Carol Morgan said: “We are delighted with the A-level results this year. It’s a testament to the hard work that the pupils and teachers have put in, and the relationship between parents, pupils and the school. We wish them all the best for their futures.”
Students at John Beddoes School achieved a 97 per cent pass rate at A - E grades with 92 per cent achieving the Level 3 threshold with pupils achieving two or more A-level passes.
This was the second year in which students were entered for the Welsh Baccalaureate who also achieved good results.
Headteacher Glyn Richards said: “I would like to congratulate all the students and staff for their hard work and dedication and I wish all the students every success in the future.
"This is a reflection of the time and effort that has been put in by staff and students over the last two years at John Beddoes School as we continue our push to improve standards and opportunities for our sixth form students. "
And Builth Wells High School once again celebrated outstanding A-level success with nearly all students reaching their first choice university and one will be going to Oxford University to study Philosophy, Politics & Economics.
Acting Headteacher Colin Rees said: “These excellent results reflect the outstanding commitment by all of the students, the dedication and guidance of the teaching staff.”