GCSE results - Mount Grace School
A HEADTEACHER at a Potters Bar school is delighted with his year 11 pupils for their “astonishing” GCSE results.
Over 50 per cent of students at Mount Grace School in Church Road gained five A* to C grades in their examinations – up by 8 per cent on last year’s results.
Head Peter Baker said: “This is an astonishing outcome.
“We were reasonably confident of surpassing the 45 per cent mark at the end of the exam period, but I don’t think anybody expected this.
“The year 11 students have exceeded all expectations – I am delighted for them and their families.
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