STUDENTS and teachers at MRC are celebrating after a bumper bundle of A and A* grades in their GCSE results today (Thursday, August 20)
Eleanor Godsman was star of the show with 11 A and A*s, closely followed by Klara Inman-Barnes and Mariana Mason with ten top grades.
Siân Hackett and Max Stacey notched up nine, followed by Erin Collins, Michael Dennis, Danny Ellyatt-Child, Ted Murray, Mat Oomen and Imogen Reed who all achieved eight As and A*s.
Anja Blackwell and Emily Spirit were also among the top achievers with seven top grades, closely followed by Holly Benham, Gemma, Brownbill, Cameron Gibbon, Sam Mansley and Jada Webb who all achieved six.
A further four students achieved five A and A* grades.
In total, 50 per cent of students who followed their GCSE courses at MRC achieved 5 or more
A*-C grades including English and maths.
High performing subjects included Latin, further maths, ICT, religion and philosophy, additional
science and further additional science.
Principal Dr Joe Vitagliano said the results were more good news for the school following the A level results last week.
“These GCSE students joined the college before the new school was built, when there was a time of uncertainly because we weren’t sure of securing funding. But the parents and the students kept their faith in us and now they have been repaid.
“I’d like to congratulate those students who are celebrating their results today. For many, these
grades are the stepping stone they need to enter our sixth form. They provide a sound foundation
for future employment and higher education. “Over the past few years, we have become more academic and specialist in our approach so students are receiving good grades in subjects that will really help them in the future.
“I offer our heartfelt thanks to our students for their focus and work ethic, and also to our teachers and support staff for the crucial role they played in helping these young people to the next stage of their education.”
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