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Norwich City legend’s daughter among ‘fantastic’ Langley students on A Level results day

PUBLISHED: 15:28 13 August 2020 | UPDATED: 09:42 14 August 2020

Head girl Caitlin Ellis and headmaster Jon Perriss at Langley School on A Level Results Day 2020. PHOTO: Langley School

Head girl Caitlin Ellis and headmaster Jon Perriss at Langley School on A Level Results Day 2020. PHOTO: Langley School

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The daughter of a Norwich City legend is among many Langley School students celebrating on A Level results day.

Izzy Mercer with her A Level results at Langley School. PHOTO: Langley SchoolIzzy Mercer with her A Level results at Langley School. PHOTO: Langley School

With 82pc earning a A* to C grade, students at Langley School have been praised for a “fantastic” set of results, with students off to a range of top universities including Cambridge and Durham.

Head of school, Caitlin Ellis, has led the way with her results, including two A*s and an A, and will now read politics at QMU.

Deputy head girl Harrie Newman, daughter of former Canary Rob Newman, now a Langley Football Academy coach, earned AA Distinction* in her grades.

Described by the school as “the epitome of what can be achieved by determination and drive”, the youngster will now study physiotherapy at UEA.

Will Daniels with his A Level results at Langley School. PHOTO: Langley SchoolWill Daniels with his A Level results at Langley School. PHOTO: Langley School

After starting in the prep school and journeying through to his A Levels, Will Daniels has earned AB Distinction* in his results, as well as being a house captain and stalwart of the stage and musical scene.

Headmaster Jon Perriss said: “I am delighted and proud of the Langley 2020 cohort for a fantastic set of results.

“Our students have continued the upward academic trajectory of the school and overcome significant turmoil and societal stress to achieve so much.

“The results are testament to their diligence and resilience and to the outstanding commitment and support of all the teachers.

“Langley nurtures the individual and to see these young people flourish is of great credit to them and the school as a whole.”


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