GCSEs: Worle Community School celebrates best ever results
WORLE Community School celebrated its best ever GCSE results, as 100 per cent of students achieved pass rates for the first time.
A total of 77 per cent of year 11 pupils achieved at least five A* to C grades, a jump of 10 per cent from last year’s results.
Zoe Brock, aged 16, of Mead Vale, who achieved eight A*s and three As, said: “I don’t really know how I feel, I’m really chuffed with my history results especially as I didn’t think I had done anywhere near as well.
Headteacher Peter Binding said: “I am delighted with this year’s results.
“The school has made significant progress in the last year with an increase of 10 per cent on last year’s figures.
You may also want to watch:
“The school is immensely proud of their students who have developed into fine young people and we wish them every success in the future. I would also like to thank the parents and carers for their support over the last five years and to all the staff who have worked so hard to help the students realise their potential.”
- 1 Revo Kitchen opens in Weston
- 2 Man in hospital after stabbing in Weston
- 3 North Somerset Covid cases increase by 170%
- 4 Weston son thanks his 'hard working father' for Father's Day
- 5 REVEALED: Three locations chosen for new Aldi stores
- 6 Large house and grounds in a favoured semi-rural Weston village
- 7 Somerset holiday park owners urge tourists to use common sense
- 8 Planning application submitted for £30million second school site
- 9 Six people evacuated from fire in town centre
- 10 Two injured in car and motorbike crash in Weston