GCSE formula and greeting from opposite Banbury schools

Pupils and teachers comparison were celebrating overcoming a hurdles of a new examination complement to post a clever set of grades on GCSE formula day during Lydiard Park Academy.

Headteacher Wendy Bower pronounced there was a 15pc boost in a series of pupils withdrawal with a English Baccalaureate (EBacc), a propagandize opening magnitude for students who grasp seven-plus A*-C grades in normal educational GCSE subjects.

They will still have a handful of subjects with A*-G grades, though 20 some-more subjects will be noted 9 to 1 as good as English and Maths.

“I am unequivocally unapproachable of them and hugely beholden to all of a staff for their tough work and unconstrained support”.

“All of a staff have worked tirelessly to safeguard that a students were good prepared for their exams, though sold discuss contingency go to a English and maths staff who were removing students prepared for a initial education graded underneath a new 1 to 9 series grades system”. Results in English and maths softened by 14 per cent.

Leanne pronounced she “cried a small bit” when she non-stop a formula envelope: “I was a bit astounded though some-more than anything we was only unequivocally proud”.

Maths and English were a many renouned GCSE subjects in 2016, followed by Religious Studies and English Literature.

Kate Fielder, whose formula enclosed a 9, an 8, a 7 and 2 A*s and As, added: “I am so impossibly impressed with a formula we have perceived today”.

Also, of a 5 Year 9 pupils who sat a entrance turn computing paper by approach of preparation, dual achieved Grade 3, a top class available.

“Despite a new GCSEs and notwithstanding them being some-more tough in a new grading, a students positively went for it and valid what they were able of”. Harley said: “I need to consider of something in a subsequent half hour”.

Kerry May from Ancaster was gay with her formula gaining A*s in History, Additional Science and Catering and Hospitality, an 8 for Maths (equivalent to an A*), A’s in Science and Media Studies, Grade 6 in English Literature and English Language and a B in German.


“This is a impact of a good education: it gives students choice, and enables them to lead successful adult lives in whatever career they wish to pursue”.

Students finding their grades during Congleton High School in Cheshire