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Bexley students earn record breaking A-Level grades

PUBLISHED: 15:46 15 August 2013 | UPDATED: 15:47 15 August 2013

Beths Gramma School top achievers, who all gained at least two A* grades (from left to right):  

Jamie Chang, Simone Capp, Michael Wheatley, Rachel Mfon, Victor Jones, Ellie Crinall, Casey Wright and Oliver Harvard.

Beths Gramma School top achievers, who all gained at least two A* grades (from left to right): Jamie Chang, Simone Capp, Michael Wheatley, Rachel Mfon, Victor Jones, Ellie Crinall, Casey Wright and Oliver Harvard.

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Bexley students are celebrating record breaking grades across the borough today.

Tinashe Dingwinza, 19, of Belvedere, achieved two A* grades, one A and a B at DLD College, in Marylebone.Tinashe Dingwinza, 19, of Belvedere, achieved two A* grades, one A and a B at DLD College, in Marylebone.

Beths Grammar School, in Hartford Road, Bexley, boasts 29 students who all achieved at least three A* or A grades - a new record for the school.

A total of 59 per cent of Beths students achieved A* to B grades.

Jamie Chang bagged four A*s in electronics, maths, further maths and physics - plus an A grade in Chinese.

Classmate Michael Wheatley was another high achiever, with three A8s in biology, maths and further maths - plus another A grade in physics.

Elsehwere, it was all smiles for teens at Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar, in Hurst Road, where pupils scooped the grades they needed to head off to university.

Louis Ryan was a particularly pleased student after he earned the two A*s and an A needed to secure a place studying economics at Nottingham University.

Students who travel away from Bexley for education have also been highlighted today, with Belvedere student Tinashe Dingwinza, 19, achieving highly impressive grades.

The Marylebone-based DLD College student earned two A*s, an A and a B in maths, further maths, economics and physics.

He said: “It has been 18 months of incredibly hard work, but my grades are the perfect way to bring my time at college to an unforgettable end.

“I am now excited to begin my degree at Warwick University.”

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