DESPITE the difficult and unprecedented circumstances, there was laughter and happy tears at St Clere’s School today as GCSE students collected their results. Staff at the school were delighted to greet students under social distancing guidelines and congratulate them on their success.
Some of the highlights were 77% of pupils achieving grade 4-9
in maths with, as usual, amazing progress scores which are well above average. 100% of pupils entered, achieved passes in triple sciences, Drama and PE & Business Studies. Overall, Ebacc results remain well above national figures.
Mrs Hughes, Head Teacher, stated, ‘In what has been a unique year, our students have worked extremely hard, with their teachers’ continued support throughout this crisis. They have achieved some stunning GCSE results which will set them well on their way to future career success.’
It is difficult to pick out particular names amongst so much success but some of the highest attainment in the school was achieved by Abdullah Abbassi (2 Grade 9s and 2 Grade 8s), Charlotte Caddle (1 Grade 9, 1 Distinction*, 6 Grade 8s and 3 Grade 7s), Faith Hannan (6 Grade 9s and 4 Grade 8s), Jessica Ingram (8 Grade 9s, 1 Grade 8 and 1 Grade 7), Katie Lee (3 Grade 9s, 4 Grade 8s and 1 Grade 7), Amelia Micklewright (4 Grade 9s, 5 Grade 8s and 1 Grade 7), Harry Ravindran (3 Grade 9s, 4 Grade 8s, and 2 Grade 7s), Callum Burkey (1 Grade 9, 5 Grade 8s, 2 Grade 7s). Our highest progress scores were achieved by Jarik Meah and Vanessa Osagie