GCSE results 2019: 80 per cent of students at Sir Harry Smith Community College achieve grades 9-4 in English and maths
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Eighty per cent of all Year 11 students at Sir Harry Smith Community College in Whittlesey achieved a pass in English.
Over 60 per cent achieved grades 9-4 in English and maths.
Of the students 11 per cent achieved a grade 9-7 in maths and over 18 per cent achieved a grade 9-7 in English.
Overall 36 per cent of students achieved one grade 9-7 in at least one subject.
Individual successes include Olivia Townsend: 9 x grade 9 and 1 x grade 9, Emily Sayer: 8 x grade 9 and 2 x grade 8, Daniel Dickens: 4 x grade 9, 5 x grade 8, 1 x grade 7, Harriet King: 4 x grade 9, 4 x grade 8, 2 x grade 7, Lucy Payne: 5 x grade 9, 1 x Distinction*, 2 x grade 8, 2 x grade 6 and Joffray Hargreaves: 3 x grade 9, 1 x Distinction*, 4 x grade 8, 1 x grade 7, 1 x grade 6, 1 x grade 5.
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A spokesman for the school said: "It has been a privilege to work alongside our students over the last five years.
"They have worked effectively as individuals but also as a team to support each other through these challenging GCSEs.
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"Their achievements are testament to their hard work, effort, resilience and determination to succeed along with the commitment and expertise of our staff.
"It has been a pleasure seeing all students grow and develop personally and we are proud of each and every one of them."