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Terrington St Clement high school pleased with GCSE results

Emma Collison, left, and Maisie Cox, 16, of St Clement's High School, celebrating 14 A* and A grades between them

Emma Collison, left, and Maisie Cox, 16, of St Clement's High School, celebrating 14 A* and A grades between them

Record breaking GCSE results were achieved at St Clement’s High School for the second year running.

A total of 49 per cent of students achieved the gold standard of five A* to C grades including English and maths, compared to 47 per cent last year.

Andy Johnson, executive headteacher, said: “This is a fantastic achievement for both students and staff. At Christmas the school predicted 39 per cent would achieve five good grades including English and maths.

“With a tremendous effort and commitment from students, parents and St Clement’s staff and those from West Norfolk Academies Trust we have improved on that by over 10 per cent.

“The sky is the limit and we look forward to even greater improvements in the future.”

Among the school’s top achievers were Edward Brown, with four A* grades, four As and a B and George Broughton, with five A*s, three As and a C.

Emma Collison, 16, of Tuxhill Road, Terrington St Clement, got three A*s, four As and two Bs and is going to study A levels at Wymondham College .

She said: “I thought I would do worse.”

 

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