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GCSE RESULTS: Strong cohort at Spalding Grammar School




Staff and pupils at Spalding Grammar School are celebrating a good batch of GCSE results.

Head teacher Steven Wilkinson says the school had a strong cohort with 46% of grades being 7 or higher.

A fantastic performance was achieved by eight students who all secured a total of 11 grades at 7 and above.

High achieving Spalding Grammar school pupils (40974982)
High achieving Spalding Grammar school pupils (40974982)

Nicholas Hedges secured the school's best set of results this year with a total of ten 9 grades and a grade 8.

Other high achieving students were: Muhammad Amjad, Tom Bunting, Tiago Dourado, Corey Millward, Harrison Ward, Mehansa Dias and Freddie Broomfield, who both secured 11 grades all at 8 or higher.

Mr Wilkinson has praised the year group for their hard work and is delighted with the latest set of GCSE results achieved by pupils.

High achieving Spalding Grammar school pupils (40974988)
High achieving Spalding Grammar school pupils (40974988)

He said: "Although it has been a week of change and uncertainty about results and, therefore, it wasn’t clear until the eleventh hour exactly what we would get or when we would get it, I am delighted that, ultimately, our students were able to secure what they deserved.

"The school put in place a very thorough and robust process to ensure that the grades we submitted for students were a fair and accurate reflection of their ability; as such, the decision that those grades would stand was pleasing.

"I am, however, also pleased that a number of our grades were moderated upwards in order to bring our results in line with those awarded nationally.

High achieving Spalding Grammar school pupils (40974995)
High achieving Spalding Grammar school pupils (40974995)

"We had a strong cohort here who were able to achieve 46% of all grades at 7 or above.

"As a consequence, we have had a very high take-up of Sixth Form places as our popularity as a post-16 provider continues to grow.



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