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Framlingham College student Millie Crewe in the top 0.12 per cent with outstanding GCSE results




With 10 grade 9s and one A*, she is one of only 732 students across the UK to achieve straight 9s in seven or more subjects.

Millie Crewe achieved a clean sweep in her GCSEs, gaining 10 grade 9s.
Millie Crewe achieved a clean sweep in her GCSEs, gaining 10 grade 9s.

With more than 590,000 students sitting GCSE examinations in 2018, Millie’s results put her in the top 0.12 per cent in the country.

Paul Taylor, headmaster of Framlingham College, said: “We are immensely proud of Millie. The biggest compliment that we can pay her is that these results came as no surprise to us. They were thoroughly deserved, and it is lovely to see yet another Framlingham student in the very top national academic echelon, while also continuing to enjoy the full breadth of co-curricular opportunity on offer here.”

Millie’s results continue the college’s impressive record at GCSEs, with last year’s top student, Zay Mills, achieving 8 A*s and two grade 9s.

Sixteen-year-old Millie studied a diverse range of subjects, including English language, English literature, mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, geography, Latin, French, Spanish and art and design.

Her breadth of approach to her studies was also reflected in extra curricular activities, where she took a leading role in sporting, musical and theatrical life.

After school, Millie said she would like to take a gap year and volunteer abroad, potentially studying biology when she comes back.



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