GCSE SPE­CIAL

How did your school do?

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Front Page - By Joel Lamy joel.lamy@jpress.co.uk Twit­ter: @PTJoelLamy

There was plenty to cel­e­brate for schools out­side of Peter­bor­ough with their GCSE re­sults, pub­lished last Thurs­day. At Stam­ford Wel­land Acad­emy, 60 per cent of pupils gained five or more A *- C grades in­clud­ing English and maths, up from 52 per­cent last year.

At Stam­ford En­dowed Schools, over 27 per cent of ev­ery exam was graded at A*, with 98 per cent of pupils at Stam­ford High School and 94 per cent at Stam­ford School achiev­ing five or more GCSEs at Grade C or above.

At Bourne Acad­emy, 66per cent of Year 11 pupils achieved five or more A*-C grades, in­clud­ing English and maths, up three per cent from last year.

At Bourne Gram­mar, 20 per cent of grades were A*s, just over half were A grade or bet­ter, and 80 per cent of all grades were grade B or bet­ter.

Stu­dents at The Deep­ings School had an ex­tra in­cen­tive for suc­cess in their ex­ams, the last un­der their out­go­ing head­teacher Richard Trow.

Among the high achiev­ers were Bry­ony Hickson, who was de­lighted and relieved to find out she’d got five A*s and five As.

Over 60 per­cent of stu­dents at Sir Harry Smith Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Whit­tle­sey achieved five A*-C grades in­clud­ing English and maths

Sawtry Vil­lage Acad­emy en­joyed con­tin­ued im­prove­ment with 22 per cent of all ex­ams re­turn­ing A*-A grades. In ad­di­tion, 76 per cent of stu­dents achieved five A*-C grades, a 10 per cent in­crease on last year.

Abbey Col­lege in Ram­sey had its high­est GCSE re­sults with 68 per cent of pupils achiev­ing five or more A*-C grades in­clud­ing English and maths, an in­crease of 14 per cent on last year.

At Oun­dle School, 60 per cent of all grades awarded were A*s, with 89 per cent ei­ther A*s or As.

At Thomas Clark son Acad­emy in Wis­bech, 38 per­cent of pupils gained five A*-Cs in­clud­ing English and maths, while at Wis­bech Gram­mar 92 per cent of all GCSE grades were A*-C

At Neale Wade Acad­emy in March, 60 per cent of pupils achieved five GCSE passes in­clud­ing English and maths, up eight per cent on last year.

Prince Wil­liam School in Oun­dle also sawthe A*-Cpass rate in English and maths in­crease.

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