King’s School students celebrate ‘fantastic’ GCSE results

PUBLISHED: 12:27 22 August 2013

The King's School 'top girl' Daisy Caldwell, who acheived 9 A*s and 2 A grades in her GCSEs

The King's School 'top girl' Daisy Caldwell, who acheived 9 A*s and 2 A grades in her GCSEs

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PUPILS and teachers at The King’s School in Ottery rounded off a successful year as they celebrated a ‘fantastic’ set of GCSE results this morning.

Students excelled across the board with 60% achieving 9 or more A* - C grades, and many met or exceeded their targets.

Headteacher Faith Jarrett said she was extremely pleased with the results and wished the students who were not staying on for sixth form the best of luck.

She said: “These results again demonstrate how hard work can bring fantastic outcomes.

The full story and pictures will be in tomorrow’s Ottery Herald.


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