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GCSE RESULTS 2018: Swaffham school 'delighted' with students performance




Head Sister Francis congratulates Constance Wildbur on a good set of results(3759176)
Head Sister Francis congratulates Constance Wildbur on a good set of results(3759176)

Sacred Heart School staff and students are "delighted" after 71 per cent scored five or more 9 to 4 grades in their GCSE results.

The Swaffham school came out with 57 per cent achieving a grade 4 for higher in English and maths.

Head of Humanities, Natalie Wilson (second left) with successful students, from left - Emily Ringwood, Charlie Spurling, Catherine Hazel and Kitty Tehrani(3759178)
Head of Humanities, Natalie Wilson (second left) with successful students, from left - Emily Ringwood, Charlie Spurling, Catherine Hazel and Kitty Tehrani(3759178)

Headteacher Sister Francis Ridler said: "Our year 11 was a small cohort of pupils. All the staff knew them personally and will miss them and hope them every success as they continue with their further education.

"Year 10 sat PE and drama GCSE and individual pupils took Latin, psychology and Spanish who joined the school in Year 10. We wish them success in their studies in year 11."

Students Connie Wildbur and Aurelia Eburne both gained 11 GCSEs, and Aurelia scored 9s in French, geography and religious studies.



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