GCSE joy for students at The King’s School

King's School students Becki and Ellie George will be celebrating their GCSE results

King's School students Becki and Ellie George will be celebrating their GCSE results - Credit: Archant

Teens in Ottery St Mary have been praised following a ‘fantastic’ outcome in this year’s exams

King's School students George Lloyd, Tom Joyce and Blaise Oldham will be celebrating their GCSE resu

King's School students George Lloyd, Tom Joyce and Blaise Oldham will be celebrating their GCSE results - Credit: Archant

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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