GCSE: Denbigh High School
28 August 2013 |
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DENBIGH High School is bucking the national trend in English and math.
95 per cent of students obtained higher grades at GCSE or equivalent, up four per cent from last year.
One student with impressive results is Sumirat Keshware who gained 10 A* GCSEs.
45 per cent of students who took performing arts obtained equivalent to A/A* grades with all pupils obtaining equivalent to a C or above.
“I am absolutely delighted with the fantastic performance of our Year 11 students,” said headteacher Simeon Molloy.
“This is a brilliant example of our motto ‘Succeeding together – progressing with pride’ and a testament to the dedication and hard work of the students and the whole team around them.
“I would like to thank the pupils, teachers, staff, parents and family for all their support.“
A few of the top performers who all achieved A*/A or equivalent grades are: Tomas Clayton Marshall; Cail Evans; Daniel Harman; Rosemary Kahura and Oliver Lloyd.