Round up of GCSE results across St Albans

Round up of GCSE results across St Albans

The school said that 38% of all grades were at A* to A or nine to seven. The school also saw an increase in A/A* grades this year with 15% of the cohort achieving these best grades.

Paula Ledger the headteacher said: "I am very proud of this year's Year 11 students and the excellent results they have achieved - the second best in the history of the school".

The Times has compiled tables of results from more than 500 schools and colleges.

Students achieving a clean sweep of ten or eleven A* grades across all subjects taken are Seb Adolph, Lucas De Jarne, Thomas Hillman, Ollie Huang, Dillon Jagsi, Matthew Kaltsoyannis, Madoc Miller, Krishnan Mulholland, Alex Nejad, Sam Stern, Alasdair Taylor and Louis Taylor. They achieved 80 per cent pass in English and maths.

Jo Myhill-Johnson, principal at King Edward VI Academy which is part of the David Ross Education Trust, said: "Our students have celebrated some excellent performances today".

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The school reported that 58% of its pupils achieved a pass grade in both of the new GCSE English and maths exams.

If you received your A-Level results last week or your GCSE results yesterday, it can be hard to know what to do next, especially if you didn't get what you expected. She was joined by Gabriella Cantwell and Mary Ann Nsowah who also achieved the coveted grade 9. In Latin and Greek, 100% of all grades were A* or A. Notably, a significant 92 pupils achieved all A* and A grades, with 33 individual pupils securing 10 or more A* grades. She commented: "I am very proud of myself".

Sha Hard, 16-24 Work Club, said: "We are a Registered ASDAN Employability Certification Provider, covering 12 topics including self-management, communication and team working, to applying for employment".

More students than ever are celebrating high GCSE grades at a school in Spilsby in spite of government education reforms. An impressive 25 out of 26 subjects achieved an exceptional 100 per cent pass rate, and the top grades have improved this year with 47 per cent of students achieving A*-Bs compared with last year's 41%.

"Help with writing CVs and job applications, learning interview techniques we provide so much more including training in "soft skills" such as communication and team work through to nationally recognised qualifications, giving young people the confidence they need to achieve success". An increase has also been seen in A*-C grades with 72 per cent achieving this in comparison to a year ago, where an incredible 65 per cent reached these grades.

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