THE headteacher at Lucton School said he was delighted with the school's A-level results.

A third of all students achieved A* to A grades, with over three-quarters gaining an A* to C, ensuring that the school secured a 100 per cent pass rate.

"We are able to personalise programmes of study and tuition, tailoring these to each student and coupled with outstanding teaching, Lucton provides the best Sixth Form education and is ideal for the preparation for the demands ," said headteacher Gill Thorne.

Students who did well include Clarissa Simpson, who achieved three A's in chemistry, physics and maths, as well as an A in AS further maths.

She will study chemistry at Bristol University.

Vinci Yu also gained an A*, two A's and B and will now go to Durham University, while at AS level, twin sisters Rosie and Alice Oatham both achieved four A grades.