Nearly a quarter of all pupils from Kingshill School in Cirencester achieve a grade A or A* in their GCSE results
PUPILS from Kingshill School in Cirencester will be jumping for joy after receiving a bumper crop of outstanding GCSE results.
Nearly a quarter of all year 11 students at the school came away with at least an A or A* grade.
One student who was ecstatic to open an envelope bursting with the highest grades was 16-year-old Jack Collings.
Jack received an impressive six A* grades along with two A’s and four B’s.
He said: “I feel happy, very happy. I did lots of preparation for them and made a big commitment to do lots of work.
“It’s quite hard being busy all the time and never having enough time for other activities but it’s all worth it now. “ The school also celebrated the fact that 73.9 per cent of all students received five or more grades between A* and C.
Bertie Livingston, who has aspirations of becoming a pilot, was also overjoyed with his exam results.
The 16-year-old said: “I’m really pleased but also really pleased that it’s over after two years.
“The work is continuous for two years straight and that’s what makes GCSE’s so hard. I revised through every holiday.”
Christine Oates, headteacher at the school, was also quick to congratulate the students on their results.
She said: “They worked consistently throughout year 11 and the pupils were a credit to themselves, their parents and the school.
“The staff would like to wish year 11 pupils every success for the future.”
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