Published: Sat, August 26, 2017
Global | By Maureen Mccoy

'Excellent' GCSE results at Hope Valley College

'Excellent' GCSE results at Hope Valley College

Yet again Hackney's young people have excelled, and I'm very proud of all of our schools for the contribution they make in helping their pupils to make a great start in life.

Schools across Hackney are celebrating after students defied upheaval to the GCSE system to deliver a strong set of results. They represent the culmination of five years of hard work and reflect our students outstanding commitment towards their studies and their commendable levels of resilience and determination.

20 per cent of students achieved grades A*, A, 9 and 8, and head teacher Rachel Smith said the school has fared "extremely well" in the face of new reforms.

Mr Barton said: "Results day is always a day of mixed emotions, celebrating the success of the students who did well and sharing the disappointment of those who did not achieve the results they hoped for".

"We knew that students would need additional support so we introduced "masterclasses" to help them to get the best out of their revision time".

She said: "Our best students were Emma Bogert (1 A^ and 12 A* equivalent), Ellie Brown (1 A^ and 12 A* equivalent), Deavin Fok (13 A* equivalent), Lauren Bridewell (9 A* equivalent and 4 A), Claudia Burn-Leefe and Mary Edwards (7 A* equivalent and 6 A), Lucy Hadlow (12 A* equivalent and 1 A), Heather Hodgson and Harry McGill (9 A* equivalent and 3 A)".

More than 85 per cent of students achieved five or more GCSEs at A*-C and 64 per cent achieved a level 5 or more in both English and maths.

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There was a clean sweep of top grades for Xii Cin Lim, pictured above, who has achieved seven A* grades and three grade 9s - results that put her in the enviable position of choosing from a range of offers from independent schools across West London.

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

DLD College, near Waterloo, has celebrated the success of its students as it announces a commendable 99 per cent pass rate on GCSE results.

A quarter of all students achieved six or more A*-A grades and 82 per cent of students achieved at least one A*.

These are excellent results which our students, parents and staff should be rightly proud of. An increase has also been seen in A*-C grades with 72 per cent achieving this in comparison to past year, where an incredible 65 per cent reached these grades.

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.

"I am so pleased for them and I am of course very lucky to have such an incredible group of teachers who are so committed to inspiring their potential. We wish them every success in their future school careers".

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