Students at City of London Freemen’s School in Ashtead are celebrating impressive A Level results this year, despite the disruption of the last two years.
89% of all grades achieved were A*- B and the percentage of A* grades awarded (44%) reflects the resilience shown by Freemen’s students.
Despite a general trend across education settings seeing a reduction in top grades compared to the results from the last two years, Freemen’s 2022 A Level results have not seen a significant fall.
Headmaster Roland Martin said: "I should like to extend huge congratulations to our students who have demonstrated remarkable resilience given the challenges they have had over the last two years.
"They should be admired for the way in which they have approached their studies given the inevitable compromises to their school life they have experienced."
He continued: "In addition, these results are testament to the emphasis the School has placed on pastoral care and the importance of mental health and wellbeing of our students.
"They also reflect the rigour Freemen’s previously put in place to provide accurate results during the pandemic.
"In the absence of centralised examinations in 2020 and 2021, we ensured our students produce outcomes which are a true representation of their talents.
"This is now playing out in the largely consistent set of results produced this year, on the return of the first set of formal examinations since 2019."