One in four Elizabeth Woodville School students get at least three A levels

More than half of all students at Elizabeth Woodville School in Roade obtained at least one A* or A grade, with 27 per cent gaining at least three.

Thursday, 25th August 2016, 2:58 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 6:47 pm
Pupils at Elizabeth Woodville School picked up their GCSE results today
Pupils at Elizabeth Woodville School picked up their GCSE results today

Jez Bennett, Principal, said he was “delighted with the results which were a testament to the commitment to learning of all our students, staff and parents.”

He said: “The school’s very high standards have been maintained, with one of the highlights being 84 per cent of students obtaining an A*-C grade in English.”

Vanessa Lea, Associate Principal, said “We have a significant number of students have achieved many A* and A grades, but we are equally pleased to see that a wide range of our students, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds, have achieved their potential. We look forward to working with many of them on the next stage of their learning.”

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Pupils at Elizabeth woodville School picked up their GCSE results today
Pupils at Elizabeth woodville School picked up their GCSE results today