Praise for Neale Wade students for 'overcoming challenges'
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The head of Neale-Wade Academy praised students who “well and truly overcome the challenges” after they secured impressive GCSE results.
As many as 125 grades at grade nine and distinction* across all subjects were achieved by students at the March school today (Thursday).
Principal Graham Horn said: “There can be no doubt that it has been another difficult year, but the students and staff at Neale-Wade Academy have well and truly overcome the challenges.”
Standout successes include Laura Hardy, who achieved five grade nines, two grade eights, two grade sevens and two grades at distinction*.
Archie Carman was awarded grade nine in four subjects, two grade eights, two grade sevens and distinction* in two subjects.
Jack Day achieved three grade nines, one grade eight, two grade sevens, two grades at distinction* and one at distinction.
Gabriel Gritsenko also impressed with two grade nines, three grade eights, two grade sevens, one grade six and a level two distinction.
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“Our staff have been incredible too and have ensured that our academy is always a thriving centre of educational excellence,” Mr Horn added.
“Their levels of commitment and dedication have been exceptional and have definitely contributed to our success.”