The staff and students at St Clement’s High School have this week been celebrating a further improvement in their GCSE results.
Following the publication of the results in the summer the school requested that a number of GCSE English exam papers were re-marked.
This week the results were received and a number of students had their grades improved. The performance of secondary schools is measured by the percentage of students who receive five or more GCSE’s grades A* to C, including English and Maths. This measure is known in schools as the Gold Standard. St Clement’s recent upgrade in results means 60% of students achieved the Gold Standard.
Headteacher Nigel Willingham said: “The teachers were doing cartwheels in the corridors when they heard the news; we are all delighted that these students now have the grades they deserved. We are all very proud of the students’ achievements.”
Pictured above are delighted students from St Clements High School in Terrington St Clement, who were this week celebrating a further improvement in their GCSE results after a number of papers were re-marked. Picture: SUPPLIED