GCSE joy for students at The King’s School
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Teens in Ottery St Mary have been praised following a ‘fantastic’ outcome in this year’s exams
Hard work paid off for students at The King’s School, who celebrated a ‘stunning’ set of GCSE results – with many exceeding expectations.
There was relief and jubilation among the teens who arrived at the school this morning (Thursday) to collect their grades – an incredible 40 per cent of which were A or A*.
Headteacher Faith Jarrett said she is ‘delighted’ with this year’s results – which saw more than 76 per cent of students achieve five or more A* to C grades, including maths and English, and 83 per cent of all marks were C or above.
Ms Jarrett said: “The results again demonstrate how hard work can bring fantastic outcomes.
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“A great many of the students have met or exceed their target grades which is a testament to all their hard work and support from their teachers and families.”
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