GCSE results 2016: Onslow St Audrey’s
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Onslow St Audrey’s staff and pupils are celebrating their GCSE results after picking them up this morning.
Headteacher Michael Harpham said: “This year group has worked extremely hard and all credit should be given to them for their achievements.
In particular, there are a number of high-achieving subject areas, who have seen great returns for their considerable skill and their relentless commitment to securing student success.”
The following subjects achieved a 100% pass rate, Art and Design, Business Studies, Dance, ICT and Public Services.
The school has seen some excellent individual performances with Robyn Harvey-Smith achieving 10 A*s, David Oraegbuna, achieving 4 A*s, 3 As, a B and a Distinction*, Ellie Rastall, got 3 A*s, 4 As and 3 Bs, Carlos Camacho, collected 2 A*s, 5 As and 2 Distinction*, Natalie Gibbs received 2 A*s, 2 As, 5 Bs and a Distinction* and Kamila Dura, earnt 7 As, 2 Bs and a Distinction*.
Deputy Headteacher Robert Bird said: “It is always very special when students receive their results.
“Their hard work and commitment has paid off and we look forward to seeing them progress into Sixth Form at Onslow St Audrey’s.
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“We are delighted by another year of success that is a true reflection of the hard work and determination of our students and staff who work to deliver maximum outcomes for all.
“We are truly excited about the future ensuring all our young people realise their full potential and have the skills required for success in the competitive 21st century.”