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79% of our Y11 pupils achieved at least a grade 4 in Maths and English, the current Government measure.
Headteacher Mr Aldridge said: “I want to congratulate all our Year 11 pupils on their outstanding results today. This has been the most challenging GCSE year, with harder exams all taken at the end of Year 11, and we are very proud of the results our pupils have achieved. The staff at the school and the pupils’ families have supported them throughout, and I know they are well placed to be successful in the next stage of their education.”
Chair of Governors Dr Mervyn Thomas added his congratulations, saying: “The Governing Body is delighted that the hard work of our pupils and staff in this very challenging year has led to these excellent results and we would like to congratulate them all.”
Photo L to R: Kim Russell, Lana Brownley, Tessa Williams, Sophie Barry, James Connaughton, Headteacher Graham Aldridge, Alice Rennie, James Rimmer, Amelia Gray, Heather Weights.