Dedicated staff and students get results

.GCSE DAY'25/08/11' [RE JEAN]
.GCSE DAY'25/08/11' [RE JEAN]

DEDICATED staff at the Thomas Cowley High School have been congratulated for helping 53 per cent of students gain five A*-C including English and maths in their GSCSEs.

Out of the school’s results 70 per cent of students gained a C or above in English and 68 per cent of students gained a C or above in mathematics.

.GCSE DAY'25/08/11' [RE JEAN]

.GCSE DAY'25/08/11' [RE JEAN]

Head teacher Martyn Taylor said students performed extremely well across the whole year group.

He said: “The year group worked tremendously hard throughout their time at The Thomas Cowley High School. They have proved to be a credit to themselves and the school is thrilled that they have done so well.

“Congratulations are also due to the staff at the Thomas Cowley High School who dedicate themselves to ensuring that all students can be the best that they can be.

“They too have worked tirelessly to help all the students achieve these outstanding results.”

.GCSE DAY'25/08/11' [RE JEAN]

.GCSE DAY'25/08/11' [RE JEAN]

He said the results demonstrated why parents wanted their children to attend the high school.

“They show clearly that students of all ability are given the opportunity, the expert assistance and the individual care in order to do well,” he added.

“We are delighted in this year’s fantastic results – the best in the school’s history.”

Ten students gained two A*s, one student gained four As and one student gained two GCSEs at grade A and 10 at grade B.

One hundred per cent of students gained at least one A*-G.