Saturday, July 13, 2024

GCSES 2012: Grays School pleased with progress

AS WITH MANY schools, Grays School and Media Arts College have yet to publish their percentage of 5 GCSE’s at A* to C.

But to be fair to the new team, there has been tremendous turmoil and upheaval at the school and so, this is just the beginning of a long journey.

But please, please, look at this interview with student, James Pearce. Confident, articulate and forward thinking. An ambassador for the school.

Interim headteacher, John Marchant said:

“Congratulations to all our students who achieved the results they deserved. It is testament to the dedication and hard work of the staff who prepared students for their examinations during a difficult time for the school.

“There were many outstanding performances from individual students and subject areas including students in Year 9 achieving A & B grades in GCSE Mathematics.

“We look forward to building upon this success next year with many new developments for the school.

Individual Performance.

There were many students who achieved some outstanding results:

Lauren Shaw 5A* 5A 4B Grades

Georgina Morrison 3A* 10A 1B Grades

James Pearce 4A* 3A 5B Grades

Jodie Conway 4A* 3A 4B Grades

Mohammed Mirza 1A* 9A 1 B Grades

1 COMMENT

  1. ‘Grays School and Media Arts College have yet to publish their percentage of 5 GCSE’s at A* to C’.

    I guess like most schools, this is because of concerns over grade boundary changes to English GCSEs.

    Hands up who thinks the controversy will only surround ‘D’ grade GCSEs that could have been ‘Cs’?

    Once again this isn’t about children and education. It’s all just about league table positions!

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