GCSE Results 2017: Mount Grace School in Potters Bar

Mount Grace pupils celebrate their GCSE results. Left-right: Aroon Lad, Ollie Campbell-Lendrum, Mari

Mount Grace pupils celebrate their GCSE results. Left-right: Aroon Lad, Ollie Campbell-Lendrum, Mariam Pari, Jessica Hawes, Abbie Longley, Fahim Qurashi, Lawrence Vieness, Sharaf Hossain, Luke Stone, Charlotte Caswell, Joe Sexton, Lucas Heighington, Natalie Aldridge, Sophie Ryan, Nicole Cooper, Victoria Cope, and Sophie Gueli. Image supplied by Mount Grace School - Credit: Image supplied by Mount Grace School

In spite of the changes to GCSEs this year Mount Grace School pupils in Potters Bar have exceeded the school’s best ever results by at least 10%.

Opening the results at Mount Grace School in Potters Bar. Left-right: Charlotte Caswell, Abbie Longl

Opening the results at Mount Grace School in Potters Bar. Left-right: Charlotte Caswell, Abbie Longley, Maudie Winfield, and Jessica Haws. Image supplied by Mount Grace School - Credit: Image supplied by Mount Grace School

Another great day of celebration was underway at Mount Grace School this morning when Year 11 students received their GCSE Results.

One in five of all grades awarded were A* - A and fifteen pupils achieved seven or more of these top grades including Ollie Campbell-Lendrum, Victoria Cope, Sophie Gueli, Tomas Hay, Lucas Heighington, Sharaf Hossain, Ryan Hilton, James Hughes, Aroon Lad, Abbie Longley, Ervin Metushi, Harsh Patel, Fahim Qurashi, Luke Stone and Maudie Winfield.

Headteacher Peter Baker said: “These really are phenomenal results and exceed our best ever by at least 10%.

“In spite of the changes to GCSE English and maths, our students have demonstrated greatresilience.

“This year group have surpassed all expectations and I congratulate them on their success.

“They have made their families and teachers very proud.”

• For more GCSE results day news, visit our Education section at www.whtimes.co.uk/news/education

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