Pupils from Kingsdale Foundation School, Dulwich celebrate A-levels results

Pupils from Kingsdale Foundation School celebrated their A-levels results yesterday.

They were the first cohort to face the reformed A-levels which had more end of year exams than previously.

Despite this, they produced the best performance the school in Alleyn Park, Dulwich, has ever had, with five students achieving 3A* and 30 with an average of 3A grades or higher.

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