GCSE results 2016: New record at Bishop’s Stortford College
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Bishop’s Stortford College smashed a record today (August 25) when 86 per cent of students taking GCSE English achieved an A or A* and every single student got at least a B in this GCSE.
100 per cent of music and drama students got at least an A.
Across all subjects, 68 per cent of grades were an A*-A and more than a third were A*, alongside 100 per cent of all pupils getting at least five or more passes A*-C.
Top achievers included Katie Champion, Henry Hunt, Katie Kerr, Simrhan Khetani and Ailsa Munro, as well as twins Joe and Lucy Minichello, who got 17 A*s between them.
Headteacher Jeremy Gladwin said: “My congratulations to all our pupils on exceeding their expectations by working so very hard and responding so well to the excellent teaching of our dedicated team of professionals.
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