8th Mar, 2021

New exams no problem as Studley students star in GCSE results

Correspondent 23rd Aug, 2018

STUDLEY High School pupils are celebrating another excellent set of results, rising to the challenge of the tougher GCSE examinations introduced this year.

There were many success stories with a number of pupils achieving multiple grade 9s.

Among those celebrating excellent attainment are Ellie Harley, Catalina Chavez, Ryan Allington, Skyla Dartnall, Matt Yapp, Jack Foreman, Abdul Muhaymun.

Special mention must also go to Larasati Neville who achieved a clean sweep of 10 grade 9s across all of her subjects, placing her in a very select group of pupils nationally.

Larasati Neville.

Head teacher Lee Gray said strong results across all subject areas highlighted the broad offer, strong work ethic of pupils and quality of teaching at Studley High School.

“I am delighted to offer my congratulations to a wonderful cohort of pupils who have risen to the challenge of the reformed GCSEs and achieved an excellent set of results.

“This group have enjoyed their time at Studley and have immersed themselves into school life and to see their efforts rewarded with such a great set of results is wonderful. We wish them all every success in the future as they move on to their chosen destinations.”

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