GCSE results: Bridge Academy bucks national trend with best ever set of grades
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Students and staff at the Bridge Academy were celebrating today after achieving their best ever set of GCSE results.
An impressive 30 per cent of exams were graded A* to A, while 67pc of students achieved between an A* and C grade in English and maths.
Chris Brown, principal at the school, praised the students for all their hard work.
“This is a wonderful set of results,” he said.
“Our students have worked extremely hard this year and it is fantastic to see them so richly rewarded - I would like to congratulate them all on their amazing achievements.
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“I would also like to pay tribute to the Bridge Academy staff, whose commitment to getting the best from every student is truly remarkable.”
Nationally, the picture is different – the proportion of exams graded A* to C has dropped from 69pc to 66.9pc, its lowest since 2008.
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