Anorak News | Young Xavier Gordon-Brown Versus The Blondes – A Level Results In Pictures

Young Xavier Gordon-Brown Versus The Blondes – A Level Results In Pictures

by | 19th, August 2010

IT’S A–level results day, that time of year when the media looks out for a fit-looking blonde teenager with a brain and makes her famous. This should mean fame for Catriona Stoddard, of Badminton Girls School. Or how about one of these fillies at St Peter’s School in York, Westminster City School, Chelmsford High School for Girls or Putney High School? Or how about the nice lads at Abingdon School?

Our photographers went and we have pictures of all of you smiling teens – something for the albums. (But there are no pictures of you – you who went home sobbing or have spots.)

But, as we say, that should mean fame for the above. But they are not the news. The news is Xavier Gordon-Brown, of Haywards Heath, West Sussex. He’s 10. He’s just got an A-grade maths A-level.

He is called Xavier Gordon-Brown!

And if you didn’t dislike him already (you people are soooo judgemental), here’s his mum Erica Gordon-Brown:

“Xavier has always been a bright boy and can recite and memorise 2,000 digits of Pi. He loves classical and urban dance music, while being able to play three instruments – the piano, clarinet and violin.”

He sounds great. Doesn’t he. Isn’t he great…


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Badminton Girls School pupil Catriona Stoddard, aged 17, from Somerset, who received an A* in Biology, an A in Chemistry, an A in Maths and an A* Physics.

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