Students at Sir Harry Smith, Whittlesey, congratulated for ‘extremely good’ GCSE results
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YEAR 11 students at Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, were celebrating today after receiving “extremely good” GCSE results.
Sixty-one per cent of youngsters gained at least five passes at grades A*-C, including maths and English, and 79 per cent of pupils recorded at least five passes at grades A*-C overall.
Principal Jonathan Digby said: “I would like to congratulate the students for their extremely good GCSE results this summer.
“The results reflect the hard work and dedication of the students and the staff who have supported them over the last five years.”
Among the students with outstanding results were: Adam Hargrave, 9A* and 3A; Hannah Pope, 5A*, 6A, 1B; Luke Baxter 6A*, 3A, 3B; Toni Freeman 2A*, 5A, 1B, 4C; and Nadine Everett 3A*, 7A and 2B.
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Twins Jack Harris and Jacob Harris both had outstanding results, with Jack gaining 5A*, 5A, 2B and Jacob gaining 6A*, 5A, 1B. Both also scored 100 per cent in their English Language papers.
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