Students at The Stourport High School & VIth Form College are celebrating today as they collect their GCSE and BTEC results, with all of them securing places in their sixth form, at local colleges or in apprenticeships.
Describing the results as “fantastic”, principal Sara Peace said: “We are excited that the future is very bright for all our students.”
Highfliers included Katy Jennings – six 9’s, two 8’s, Daniel Pulley – five 9’s, four 8’s, one 7, Maisie Waterall – six 9’s, three 8’s, one 7, Grace Leon – five 9’s, three 7’s, one 6, Charlotte Moore – A*, two 9’s, five 8’s, one 7, Amelia White – three 9’s, four 8’s, one 7 and one 6.
Mrs Peace added: “The excellent results that our students have secured are a fitting end to a very difficult 18 months for them during the pandemic. Having been denied their right to prove themselves during an examination season, these outcomes reflect the hard work that students were putting in for a number of years.
“It is important to remember that academic success is something that builds all through a young person’s time in school, especially throughout the period of GCSE courses.
“It is essential that we now look ahead to a future that our students can move forward to, with grades that reflect their abilities.
“We want to congratulate all our students on the resilience and maturity that they have displayed over the last, difficult 18 months and we want to thank all their families for their continued support.”
Article extract from The Shuttle News