GCSE results: Mount Grace School
A HEADTEACHER of a Potters Bar school is extremely proud of his GCSE pupils for their phenomenal effort in their year 11 examinations. Students at Mount Grace School in Church Road – a total of 42 per cent – gained five A* to C grades in their exams.
A HEADTEACHER of a Potters Bar school is "extremely proud" of his GCSE pupils for their "phenomenal effort" in their year 11 examinations.
Students at Mount Grace School in Church Road - a total of 42 per cent - gained five A* to C grades in their exams.
Head Peter Baker said: "This is another milestone in the improvement of our school.
"Our strategies to support and mentor students throughout the course have paid off.
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"The students have responded very positively to this strategy and have made a phenomenal effort to do the best they can."
He added: "I am extremely proud of them all.
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