GCSE results: Mountfitchet Maths and Computing College ‘will continue improving’ next year
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STUDENTS at Mountfitchet Maths and Computing College were able to breathe a sigh of relief today (Thursday) as they received their GCSE results.
Overall 62 per cent of pupils received five or more ‘good’ GCSE grades - an increase of 7pc from last year.
Top boy and girl, Sam James and Nikki Stanley, achieved 6 A* and 12 A grades between them.
PE results achieved a massive 87pc in A* to C results and other subjects have continued to show improvement.
Headteacher Catherine Anderson said: “As a school with enhanced provision, we are also extremely pleased that those students who have a place in the Dyslexia Unit all achieved the requirements for them to go on to their chosen place of sixth form study.
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“Although there inevitably some disappointments, we have no doubt that the school will continue its journey of improvement next year.”
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