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It all adds up for Tudor Grange students as Maths Dept excels again

Correspondent 22nd Aug, 2019 Updated: 22nd Aug, 2019

STAFF and students at Tudor Grange Academy Redditch are celebrating after another year of good GCSE results.

Mathematics continues to be a strength in the school with the department seeing an increase in the proportion of students achieving grades 7 or better.

This was mirrored in subjects as diverse as German and GCSE Media Studies.

Principal Jodie Bolter said: “We would also like to congratulate students in English, where the proportion of girls achieving grade 5+ increased, as well as the pass-rate for students with low prior attainment.”

For the second year running about a quarter of the Year 11 cohort secured grades 9-7 (or equivalent) across their GCSE subjects.

There were superb performances from Rosie-Mai Blake (grade 8 in English, grade 7 in Maths, Combined Science, History, PE), Steven Harrison (8-8 in Combined Science), Elliot Smith (grade 8 in maths), Emma Hunter (grade 7 in maths) and George Evans (8 in GCSE Media Studies).

Other strong performances came from Csenge Marjoros, Fern Wilkinson, Charlotte Lees, Emily Woods, and Jess Hollis.

There were also some excellent achievements in other courses, with 100 per cent of students achieving GCSE grades at 4 or above (equivalent) in subjects such as Music.

Mrs Bolter added: “We are extremely proud of our students and their achievements.

“I would like to thank all staff for their continued effort and congratulate all students.

“We are looking forward to seeing many of our students again in Sixth Form and would encourage any students from other schools looking for Sixth Form places to come and visit.”

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