GCSE results: Mountfitchet Maths and Computing College ‘will continue improving’ next year
- Credit: Archant
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.
“Although there inevitably some disappointments, we have no doubt that the school will continue its journey of improvement next year.”
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