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Tiverton High School GCSE results improve for "seventh year in a row"
12:49pm Thursday 23rd August 2012 in Tiverton
Tiverton High School has continued its yearly run of exam success, with 72.5% of its pupils achieving five or more A to C GCSE grades – an increase of 3.5% from last year.
Around 54% of its pupils got five or more A to C grades including English and Maths and 96% achieved five or more A to G grades.
Each year there are eye-catching results and this year is no exception.
Five students achieved 10 or more A, A* or equivalent grades.
Megan Callahan and Aaron Daniels achieved 11 A/A* and Kayleigh Hutcheon achieved 10.5.
Ben West achieved nine A*/A grades and an AS grade in Critical Thinking.
99% of pupils achieved at least one qualification and 97% achieved at least one A to C grade.
A spokesman for the school said: “Once again we see figures that are the highest the school has recorded. This is the seventh year in a row results have improved. What with these results and Petroc’s results, this is a fantastic start to the co-operative partnership journey and an exciting time for the young people of Tiverton.”
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