THE SCIENCE teacher mother of a promising young student at Sir Robert Woodard Academy has said her son is ‘a chip off the old block’ after he clinched some top AS Level results.
Glowing mum Suzanne Pike, a science teacher at the Lancing-based secondary school, was delighted to hear of her son, Tom Nulty’s results.
The 17-year-old, of Brook Way, Lancing, clinched two As in maths and further maths and two Bs in chemistry and physics.
The delighted teenager said: “I feel like they are very solid results to build on next year. It’s as expected but definitely a relief.”
Sir Robert Woodard had an impressive set of results in its A-Levels, revealed today (August 13), with a 100 per cent pass rate in all subjects, with half of these at A* to B grades.
Star students included Lim Yun Tang who picked up an A* in both maths and further maths, as well as a B in physics. Lawrence Pethick also impressed with his A* maths, A in further maths and then Bs in physics and music.
Zac Morgans, 18, of Bushby Close, Lancing, also surpassed expectations.
He achieved a B in history as well as a D film and distinction in game development.
Zac is heading to the University of Portsmouth and praised his teachers for helping him go from D in history at GCSE to achieving some As in certain modules at A-Level.
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