Pupils at Sawbridgeworth's Leventhorpe school rise to the challenge of GCSE exams
The commitment of GCSE students at Sawbridgeworth's Leventhorpe School has paid off, with results exceeding national targets.
Rianna Ng achieved six grade 9s, three grade 8s and an A* at GCSE and a B grade at AS (the first half of the A-level course).
Hannah Brazil secured four 9s, five 8s and an A*. Victoria Dominiczak got three 9s, six 8s and an A at AS.
The following students all secured at least five 9s and 8s: Elody Alcaraz, Elly Barrall, Nellie Eastland, Dexter Ellington, David Kelly, Emily Palmer, Lewis Rees, Max Rhodes and Hannah Vasani.
Malcolm White, the new head at the Cambridge Road secondary in succession to Jon Locke, said that he was delighted to see so many students rise to the challenge of the new qualifications and achieve outcomes that demonstrated a real commitment to their studies.
“The school is rightly proud of our students,” he said. “This cohort have had to cope with so much change in the system, and to see the delight and joy as they open their results is a real privilege.
“We are proud of the hard work and commitment of the students and our teachers, and we are looking forward to welcoming back so many of them into the sixth form next year.”