Witchford Village College students celebrate improved exam success with 98 per cent achieving five or more passes
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Students from Witchford Village College are celebrating improved exam success this year with 22 per cent gaining 10 or more passes and 98 per cent achieving five or more passes.
Principal Chris Terry said: “Our congratulations go to Jenny Thompson who gained a full set of A*/A or 9/8 passes in all 11 subjects she sat.
“There were also notable performances from Noah Aldous, Erin Braybrooke, Becky Cooper, Bethany Dyson, India Edgmon-Rollings, Beatrice Kehren and Jodie Walters all with very high attainment figures.
“Saskia Higginson and Morgan Pavolvic made the most progress from their Key Stage 2 results to GCSE so well done to them.
“I am proud of the hard work and dedication that the students have put in.
“I also thank the staff who have supported them.
“With the introduction of new grades for English & maths it is good to see our results have improved from last year yet again.
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“Seventy three per cent of students met the Government benchmark in the new reformed GCSE English and 63 per cent in maths.”