GCSE RESULTS: Oakwood School celebrates best ever grades

Oakwood School pupils receive GCSE results
Oakwood School pupils receive GCSE results
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Oakwood School, in Horley, is celebrating its best ever results.

The school said, in terms of value added, overall quality of grades has improved across the board.

Oakwood School pupils receive GCSE results

Oakwood School pupils receive GCSE results

More students than usual gained the top grades with the following students achieving all eight of their grades A*-A; Emma Bush, Ryan Charman, Ben Elliot, Ben Lane, Arabella Martin, Owen Mearing, Meghan Toward.

Nine students passed their critical thinking AS level exam and Ben Elliot achieved an A.

Sue Child, headteacher, said: “Well done to all the students who have done exceptionally well this year. I’m very pleased that Oakwood students and staff have responded to the higher standards expected of them from examination boards.”

Ben Lane gain 10 A* and is off to Kings College, in London, to study maths.

Oakwood School pupils receive GCSE results

Oakwood School pupils receive GCSE results

Jessica Northeast gained three A*. She is going to study politics, sociology and psychology. Natalie Maclean also gained three A* and is going to Brit school, in London.

Bradley Davies gained three As, Owen Mearing achieved a all As and Ryan Charman gained seven A* and four A grades.

Cameron Allaway achieved five As and three A*.

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