Head congratulates students at Peele School, Long Sutton, on ‘excellent’ GCSE results

Peele Community College. Jade Mace and Kim Weston

Peele Community College. Jade Mace and Kim Weston - Credit: Archant

ALMOST half of year 11 students at the Peele Community College, Long Sutton, reached the golden standard of five GCSEs at grades A*-C, including English and maths.

Peele Community College. Katie Jones, and Dawn Clark Head of Science

Peele Community College. Katie Jones, and Dawn Clark Head of Science - Credit: Archant

Head teacher Simon Gilman said: “Students of all abilities have risen to the many examination and coursework challenges to achieve considerable success.

“Students, parents, carers and staff at the College need to be congratulated for all of the dedication, teamwork and commitment that have gone into achieving these excellent results.”

Overall results showed that 81 per cent of students achieved five GCSE grades A*-C, with 47.2 per cent of students achieving five passes at grades A*-C, including maths and English.

Notable successes included Katie Jones, who achieved 14 GCSE passes including 4A* and 8 A grades; Ashley Davison, who achieved 13 GCSE passes including 3A* and 7A grades; and Jade Mace who achieved 12 GCSE passes including two A*s and six As.


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Mr Gilman added: “The Peele Community College is very proud to have supported Year 11 students to attain their individual achievements and wish them all every success in their future college, training, apprenticeship and employment placements.”

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