Students at Peele Community College in Long Sutton rise to the challenge

Millie Hopkisson and Georgia Massen. ANL-150820-131255001
Millie Hopkisson and Georgia Massen. ANL-150820-131255001
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Students at the Peele Community College in Long Sutton have risen to the challenge to achieve “considerable success”.

Simon Gilman, the headteacher, said the college has achieved positive overall results, with 51 per cent of students achieving 5 GCSE grades A* - C results within Maths, Music, Geography, Spanish, Statistics, Product Design, English Literature and Business.

He said: “Students of all abilities have risen to the many examination and coursework challenges to achieve considerable success.

“Students, parents, carers and staff at the college need to be congratulated for all of the dedication, teamwork and commitment that went into achieving these excellent results.

“The Peele Community College is very proud to have supported Year 11 students to attain their individual achievements and wish them all every success in their future college,”

Notable successes include: Georgie Massen, who achieved 11 GCSE passes including 2 A*, 4 A and 5 B grades; Shannon Oldfield, who achieved 12 GCSE passes including 4 A*, 4 A and 2 B grades; Matthew Cumber who achieve 11 GCSE passes including 2 A*, 3 A and 4 B grades; Lorna Cochrane who achieved 12 GCSE passes including 3 A*, 2 A and 6 B grades.