GCSE RESULTS: Almost 75 per cent of Peele’s students achieve five A*-C grades

ALMOST 75 per cent of Peele Community College’s students achieved five A*-C grades in their GCSE results.

Fifty-four percent of the Long Sutton school’s students achieved five A*-Cs including English and maths with 74 per cent achieving the higher grades in total.

Notable successes at Peele included: Oliver Embling (12 GCSE passes including eight A*s), Robert Manghan (12 GCSE passes including five A*s and two As) and Jordan English (12 GCSE passes including four A*s and three As),

Ian Charles, the school’s head teacher, said: “Students of all abilities have risen to the many examination and coursework challenges to achieve considerable success.

“Students, parents, carers and staff at Peele need to be congratulated for all of the dedication, teamwork and commitment that have gone into achieving these excellent results. “Peele Community College is very proud to have supported Year 11 students to attain their individual achievements and we will them all ever success in their future college, training, apprenticeship and employment placements.


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“The Class of 2011 have been a very enthusiastic group of young people who will move on to even great academic, professional and personal successes in the future.”

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