STUDENTS and staff at Thomas Adams Sixth Form are celebrating another excellent set of A Level and BTEC grades.

More than 20 subject areas achieved a 100 per cent pass rate and many students are now looking forward to taking up their places at university or higher level apprenticeships, while others are moving into employment.

Collecting her results on the day was Megan Hardiman, who received three A* in English literature, history and politics.

She is now off to Durham University to study law.

"I want to go to Durham to study law," said Megan "I want to be a solicitor, fingers crossed."

Headteacher Mark Cooper was delighted with the results of his students.

"We are absolutely thrilled, as these achievements are the result of a lot of hard work by both staff and students over the last two years," said Mark.

"I would like to congratulate the students and wish them every success as they move on to follow their ambitions.

"Our students are embarking upon courses in subjects such as law, marine biology, astrophysics and criminology at universities such as Durham, Leeds and Edinburgh. Others are off to begin competitive apprenticeships.

"There is such a wide variety of destinations, and there are many individual achievements at every level."

Julie Squire, Key Stage 5 manager, added: "I am really proud of our students, whose hard work and determination have resulted in wonderful personal achievements."