GCSE’s: Great results in Clowne

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Heritage is pleased to celebrate improved results of 5A*-C GCSE passes including English and Maths.

Headteacher Don Spencer said: “The year-on-year hard work from everyone has built on the excellent foundation for sustained and tangible improvement.”

“Improvements at 5A*-C including English and Maths, at a time of change, challenge and some uncertainty about national examination grades is to be celebrated.”

“It is so pleasing to see that everyone’s efforts has led to our students achieving success and being rewarded by academic achievement and a bright and positive future.”

“This is great news in a year when it is also confirmed that two former students, Isobelle Jefford and Shannon Guild, have been offered places at Cambridge and Oxford and join Radley Cunliffe and Adam Goucher who were offered places at these prestigious universities last year – making that a total of seven students going on to Oxford or Cambridge in 11 years.”

“These successes and those of all our students continue to fill me with a genuine sense of pride.”

“Results such as these, the drive for continuous improvement, an engaging and quality educational experience are reasons why Heritage remains a popular choice of school for local parents who continue to send their children here as their first choice local school.”

Dr Dawn Green, Chair of Governors and parent of a child that has recently progressed from the school, said: “These results represent further improvement at the Gold Standard of five higher-grade GCSE on what was achieved last year.” “They demonstrate on-going achievement over time and reflect the hard work of students and the dedication of our staff.”

“As a parent I am extremely pleased by the educational experience that the school has provided for my child, recognised in her achievements, the experiences she has had and by the foundations laid for her future.”

“As a governing body it is our vision that we become an outstanding school in all aspects of our work, embrace the many challenges that the education service faces and continue to celebrate our successes.”

“It remains a priority that our students achieve success and are provided with a memorable and positive learning experience – long may this continue.”