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A-level results: Cardinal Pole celebrates students’ success

PUBLISHED: 12:06 18 August 2016 | UPDATED: 12:33 18 August 2016

Tomi Adaramola, Deborah Olagunju, Prince Kastrati, Sheridan Gateley and Joshua Walford celebrate their A-level results at Cardinal Pole School, Hackney

Tomi Adaramola, Deborah Olagunju, Prince Kastrati, Sheridan Gateley and Joshua Walford celebrate their A-level results at Cardinal Pole School, Hackney

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Cardinal Pole school was today celebrating the successes of its students after several were accepted into top universities across the country.

Prince Kastrati celebrates his A-level results at Cardinal Pole School, HackneyPrince Kastrati celebrates his A-level results at Cardinal Pole School, Hackney

Establishments which confirmed places for Cardinal Pole students included Warwick, Loughborough, Exeter and Surrey.

Price Kastrati, of Springfield Road, gained three A’s and is off to Warwick to study computer science.

“After university I want to start my own business looking at artificial intelligence – setting up a programme and then watching it evolve and develops,” he said.

“I’m very happy with my results today.”

Sheridan Gateley celebrates his A-level results at Cardinal Pole School, HackneySheridan Gateley celebrates his A-level results at Cardinal Pole School, Hackney

Another getting good news today was Sheridan Gateley of Tower Hamlets, who will be off to Exeter to study International Relations after obtaining an A*, an A and a B.

“After seeing my results I felt a massive sense of relief as I was thinking about all of the worst case scenarios if I didn’t get the grades – I’m just relieved it’s over,” he said.

“I’m happy with what I got and the school gave me all the support I needed to get these grades, so a big thank you to the teachers.”

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