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GCSEs: Misbourne head praises ‘amazing results’

Year 11 students at The Misbourne School celebrate their GCSE results

Year 11 students at The Misbourne School celebrate their GCSE results

Teachers and students at the Misbourne School were thrilled after receiving their GCSE results this morning.

Overall, 77% of students passed five or more GCSEs at grades A* to C, and compared to the national average the teenagers exceeded them in both English and mathematics.

High flyers included Emily Caldicott who achieved 6 A*s and five A grades, Adam Cox who scooped five A*s and three A grades and Peter Warden who gained three A*s and five As.

A further 12 youngsters were thrilled after being told they had scored a majority of A* and A grades.

There were more brainbox mathematicians in Year 10 with a 90% pass rate and top grades in algebra.

Headteacher Robert Preston said: “My students have done really well – particularly in the light of all the examination changes this year.

“It is an absolute delight to share their achievements and most of them are continuing into our expanding sixth form.

“The building programme is already underway to give them brand new, state-of-the-art facilities within the year.”

 

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