Corrine gets 100 per cent

PUBLISHED: 15:10 10 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:46 10 June 2010

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10: A WOODBURY student's fantastic summer of exam results spilled into the autumn after she was lauded as amongst the best in the country" by the UK's largest awarding body. Corrine Ellis, 16, of Castle Lane, Woodbury, notched up 100 per cent in a fine a

A WOODBURY student's fantastic summer of exam results spilled into the autumn after she was lauded as "amongst the best in the country" by the UK's largest awarding body. Corrine Ellis, 16, of Castle Lane, Woodbury, notched up 100 per cent in a fine art GCSE exam this summer, with Edexcel ranking her among the nation's top ten students in the subject. Corrine, a pupil at The King's School, in Ottery St Mary, didn't drop a single mark in her art and design: fine art GCSE putting her among the elite of 9,763 other candidates who took the exam. Corrine said: "I was in registration when I got the letter and my class all congratulated me on my success. I was very happy and didn't expect it at all. I really enjoy the subject as I love being creative." Headteacher Faith Jarrett said: "It's absolutely fantastic, we couldn't be more delighted for Corrine, she is a lovely kid and worked incredibly hard so deserved it. Corrine did really well across the board. It is a great boost for her going into the next stage of her education.

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