After many weeks of waiting, Stanborough students were finally able to collect their GCSE and BTEC exam results on Thursday morning.
Merry John, Headteacher commented: “It has been a pleasure to work with the Year 11 students in my first year of headship. I have been impressed as they have demonstrated dedication, commitment and resilience in the months leading up to these examinations. Today, we celebrate the hard work and talents of the individual students and the fantastic commitment of the teachers and support staff. The staff here at Stanborough have worked tirelessly to support each and every child and this is evident in the results. I would also like to acknowledge our parents and carers who have nurtured and encouraged their children throughout their school lives. Our students are indeed a credit to this school community and I wish them the very best as they start the next exciting phase of their educational journey.”
Particularly successful Stanborough students were Daniel Green with 10 GCSEs at Grade 9, Kassem Yuser with 10 GCSEs at grade 8 and 9, Charlie Earnshaw with 8 GCSEs at Grade 8 and 9, Katie McClymont with 10 GCSEs at Grade 9,8 and 7, Olivia Spolnicka with 10 GCSEs at Grade 9,8 and 7, Jay Puranik with 9 GCSEs at Grade 9, 8 and 7, and Jack Dickinson with 9 GCSEs at Grade 9,8 and 7.
Mrs John also added, ‘We are also very pleased that a high proportion of students will continue their studies into the Sixth Form at Stanborough and will continue to perform at the highest level as demonstrated by our very good A Level results achieved last week. We also have a number of students who have been successful in their GCSE and BTEC qualifications and will now follow college or Level 2 Apprenticeship courses.’
Mr Persand, the Head of Year 11 was delighted to see his students and commented “I am extremely proud of the tremendous effort, dedication and resilience shown by our students and wish them the very best as they move on to the next stage of their lives.”