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GCSE Results 2019: Donington Thomas Cowley High School students make it a record-breaking year




It's a record number of top grades in the GCSE results at Donington's Thomas Cowley High School.

Head teacher Ian Dawson said: "Thomas Cowley are once again delighted for all the students who worked tremendously hard to achieve a fantastic set of results.

"Our 9-4 including English and maths has risen once again with 49 per cent of students reaching this national benchmark.

It was a happy day for Brandon Gibbons, Lewis Chenery, Brad Worth and Meg Wyatt.
It was a happy day for Brandon Gibbons, Lewis Chenery, Brad Worth and Meg Wyatt.

"This year also saw our highest number of grade 9s, which of course is the highest grade possible in the new GCSEs.

"I would like to thank all of the terrific staff at Thomas Cowley for everything they have done to support the students. I would also like to wish all of our former students good look in their future studies."

Governor Jane King said: "As always our dedicated staff worked very hard to ensure the students reached their absolute best and we are very proud of the hard work that the students did.

Hamish Wayne, Abigail Tolson and Sophie Grant celebrated together.
Hamish Wayne, Abigail Tolson and Sophie Grant celebrated together.

"We would like to wish them all the very best as they move on to the next chapter of their lives."

Previously ...

GCSE Results: Donington Thomas Cowley High School governors anticipate "very good" GCSE results



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