Spalding Academy students and teachers are very happy with their GCSE results
Spalding Academy students and teachers were left delighted after some impressive GCSE results.
Students queued with their parents at the doors to the school from 8.30am this morning, and were rewarded upon opening their brown envelopes.
Roxana Coltatu, the schools' Head Student, achieved some outstanding results.
She received a Grade 9 in Spanish, while earning Grade 8s in Maths, Geography, English Language and English Literature. She also achieved Distinctions in Art and Performing Arts.
Roxana was very happy with her results, and said they were a bit better than expected. She will be taking Art, Biology and Maths at Bourne Academy for her A-Levels.
Molly Ireland,a Spalding resident and Head Girl at the school, also impressed.
She achieved Grade 8s in Religious Studies, English Literature, English Language and Geography.
She also earned a Grade 6 in Maths and three Distinctions, and said she was "very happy with all her hard work and pleased all these hours revising had paid off."
Damian Swiatkowski, from Spalding, is looking forward to studying Maths and Geography at A-Level after achieving Grade 7s in his GCSEs.
He also worked hard for Grade 6s in English Literature, Religious Studies and Art and Design.
Mia Dewing achieved a number of Grade 8s, including in English Language and English Literature.
She said she was "shocked and didn't expect such good grades and pleased all her hard work has paid off." She will be studying History, Sport and Psychology at Bourne Academy next year.
Artjoms Karzinis was happy with his grades, and said he just needs to improve his Maths skills ahead of next year.
The Spalding resident achieved an excellent Grade 6 in Art, and is planning on taking a Diploma in Computing Science.
Tayama Dube, from Moulton, said her results were much better than she expected.
She got excellent Grade 6s in Maths and Art, and Grade 5s in English Literature and Language. She also got a Grade 4 in Spanish.
Erin Langford is excited to start a new journey at Performing College in Stamford after some brilliant grades.
She excelled with Grade 8s in Religious Studies, English Language and English Literature. There was also a Grade 7 in History, a Grade 6 in Spanish and a Grade 5 in Maths.
Erin said some of her grades were higher than she expected, but that she had worked hard for them.
Sophia Kubacka, from Spalding, also received some Grade 8 results in both English Literature and English Language.
She got a Grade 6 in Spanish and History, a Grade 5 in Maths and Distinctions in Computing Science, Sport Science and Art and Design.
She said she is chuffed with her results and is looking forward to taking English at A-Level.
Executive Headteacher Mrs Lucy Conley said: "We are very pleased with the Year 11 GCSE and BTEC results for Spalding Academy.
"The success of our students marks the end of a challenging 16 months of disruption due to the COVID pandemic and individual successes recognise the hard work of so many students.
"The outcomes for this cohort of students shows a significant improvement and enhancement from the grades achieved in 2019 and 2020. All students at Spalding Academy have been able to transfer to their next career stage, either to a Sixth Form, apprenticeship, college or work place.
"We are all extremely proud of our students this year ... well done to them all!"