Cromwell Community College students celebrate ‘record-breaking’ GCSE results

PUBLISHED: 14:43 25 August 2016

Caitlin Abbey Mae Davis and Rhian Sophie Young with their GCSE results at Cromwell.

Caitlin Abbey Mae Davis and Rhian Sophie Young with their GCSE results at Cromwell.

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Students at Cromwell Community College are celebrating a record-breaking year of GCSE results with 65 per cent of pupils achieving at least five A* to C grades including maths and English.

Compared to 57 per cent last year, it shows a 14 per cent increase with many pupils achieving the highest grades, with the top 10 performers gaining 80 A*-A grades between them.

Rhian Young achieved nine A*s, one A and a level two distinction whilst Teri Parsonage achieved six A*s, four As and a level two merit.

Students with GCSE results at CromwellStudents with GCSE results at Cromwell

Jane Horn said: “The results are thoroughly deserved.

“Everyone worked very hard this year and it’s fantastic to see the rewards.

Gugan Kupendran and Owen Frear with results at Cromwell.Gugan Kupendran and Owen Frear with results at Cromwell.

“We are also expecting a record number of entrants into Cromwell Sixth form with over 100 applications for the first time.”


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