GCSE RESULTS: Easter revision classes pay off for St Clement’s High School pupils
SIXTY-ONE per cent of students at St Clement’s High School achieved five plus A*-C grades in their GCSE results.
43 per cent of those included A*-C grades in English and Maths with 98 per cent of the school’s pupils achieving five plus A*-G grades.
There were also stunning performances from the Terrington St Clement school’s students Victoria Collins (12 A*s and three As) and Laura Lyden (10 A*s, fives As and one B in statistics).
Dr Victoria Worsnop, the school’s head teacher, said: “We are delighted with the examination results and the very hard work and dedication that the students and staff have put into achieving them.
“The staff worked extremely hard with the students, running Easter revision classes and also after school classes to help students with their work.
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“I am also happy with the support that our parents have given the school and their children to help them achieve the grades.”
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