GCSE results 2016: Sir Frederic Osborn School
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Excitement was in the air this morning at Sir Frederic Osborn School in Welwyn Garden City as teenagers collected their GCSE results.
There were lots of happy faces as teenagers opened their envelopes.
Headteacher Jed Whelan said: “The students and staff at Sir Frederic Osborn School have worked exceptionally hard this year and deserve to be hugely proud of their achievements.
“The staff and parents/carers have supported them admirably in their efforts and it is very satisfying to see the fruits of their labour fulfilled.
“We are delighted that these results reflect some outstanding performances by our students.”
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Outstanding individual performers who obtained 7 A*-A grades or more include:
Nick Brown: 7 As and 1 A*
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Lydia Frost: 6 As and 4 A*s
Lillith Nelhans: 4 As and 5 A*s
Kayleigh Plumb: 7 As
Lauren Simson: 3 As and 5 A*s
Olivia Thackeray: 4 As and 6 A*s
Sabrina Walsh: 5 As and 2 A*s
Mr Whelan added: “As well as acknowledging the results of high achievers, we would like to celebrate the many success stories of all the individuals who have worked incredibly hard to achieve what may appear to be relatively modest grades by comparison but which actually represent phenomenal progress.
“We would also like to praise the work of the primary school teachers who laid the foundations for the achievements of our students.”