Rise in English and maths GCSE results at Priory Community School
PUBLISHED: 16:48 23 August 2018 | UPDATED: 10:09 24 August 2018
Students at Priory Community School, in Worle, have achieved another strong set of GCSE results.
In total, 62 per cent achieved 9-4 grades, and 12 per cent got the top 9-7 marks.
The number of students gaining 5 and above in English and maths rose by five per cent, and 52 per cent of students achieved five GCSEs graded 9-4, including English and maths. Principal Jane McBride said: “We want to say a big ‘well done’ to all our students who have worked extremely hard and deserve their success.
“We wish everyone a lifetime of achieving their dreams, and encourage them all to always be part of Priory.
“It is a real partnership between students, staff, parents, carers, Academy Councillors and the community that has lasted over many years. Thank you to everyone involved.”
Student Ellie Atwell said: “I am so happy all my hard work has paid off and I am really happy with my results. They put me in a great place to do my A-levels.”
Harry Palmer said: “These results have made me so happy and I will be able to study chemistry, biology and psychology at A-level with real confidence.”
And Jacob Robins added: “I am so pleased with my results. I was not expecting it. The teachers here at Priory are really friendly and helpful and I am grateful to them for all their hard work and commitment.”