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Urswick school celebrates “all students” being offered place at university

PUBLISHED: 09:47 19 August 2016 | UPDATED: 09:47 19 August 2016

Student Sohail Khan showing off his results with his mum and sister

Student Sohail Khan showing off his results with his mum and sister

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The Urswick school was celebrating yesterday after all of its students received an offer to study at university.

And head of sixth form at the school Fiona Bishop spoke of her pride at the achievement:

“I’m so proud to see our cohort heading off to university, they have worked incredibly hard and are a credit to their families and the school,” she said.

“We wish them all lots of success for the future.”

This was the third year the eschool has received A-level results, having opened its sixth form college in 2012.

18-year-old Sohail Khan was one of those receiving his results yesterday. He’ll go on to study law at City University in September, and said he was “over the moon,” with his results.

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