IT has been another successful set of results at Flint High School.

The school is delighted with the range of results achieved and the future pathways that students are successfully moving on to as it reports that 22.6 per cent of students achieved 3 A-levels or equivalent graded A*/A.

The Little League Sports (LLS) students have once again performed to an extremely high level with a number of students going on to university. Tegan Hewitt will be going on to study physical education and school sport at Edge Hill and Lewis Hughes is heading to the University of Chester to study sport and exercise science. Other LLS students are globally coaching in countries such as Qatar and America as well as taking up apprenticeships.

Amongst the A-level students, Ryan Lea attained A* computer science, A* Physics and A in mathematics and is going on to study mechanical engineering at the University of Leeds, Hannah Cromey attained A* Art, B Drama and B Welsh Baccalaureate and will study dance at the University of Cumbria and Blaine Breeze is taking up a place in professional policing at York St. John.

Ryan Roberts will be commencing a degree in e-sports at Staffordshire University, and Caitlyn Roberts secured her place on psychosocial analysis of offending behaviour at Edge Hill, the only university in the UK to offer this course, making it extremely competitive.

Sian Williams, head of sixth form, said: “I am very pleased with our results this year, there is much to celebrate. All our students are now able to move forward successfully onto university, apprenticeships or work placements. I am extremely proud of all their achievements. Hard work does pay off, and I wish them every success for the future.”