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Celebrating Fabulous GCSE Results!

Staff and students at President Kennedy School are celebrating yet another fantastic set of GCSE results. Every single student (100%) secured at least one GCSE and nearly three quarters (73%) secured 5 GCSEs graded A*-C. 65% of students achieved 5 GCSEs graded A*-C including English and Maths and 60% of all year 11 students will progress to President Kennedy School’s Post 16 to study A levels.

A greater number of students than ever achieved all grade A*s and As. These included:

Shannon Black who achieved 6 A*s and 4 As

Teddy Mack who achieved 5 A*s and 5 As

Avneet Gill who achieved 4 A*s and 7 As

Jack Flannagan who achieved 2 A*s and 9 As

Aimen Nasir who achieved 3A*s and 7 As

Joseph Evans who achieved 2A*s and 8 As

Deputy Headteacher, Mr Clayton said, “I want to congratulate all our students who collected their GCSE results here at President Kennedy School today. It is great to see all their hard work paying off and a greater proportion than ever progressing to Post 16 to study A level. Well done everyone!”

Staff and students at President Kennedy School are celebrating yet another fantastic set of GCSE results. Every single student (100%) secured at least one GCSE and nearly three quarters (73%) secured 5 GCSEs graded A*-C. 65% of students achieved 5 GCSEs graded A*-C including English and Maths and 60% of all year 11 students will progress to President Kennedy School’s Post 16 to study A levels.

A greater number of students than ever achieved all grade A*s and As. These included:

Shannon Black who achieved 6 A*s and 4 As

Teddy Mack who achieved 5 A*s and 5 As

Avneet Gill who achieved 4 A*s and 7 As

Jack Flannagan who achieved 2 A*s and 9 As

Aimen Nasir who achieved 3A*s and 7 As

Joseph Evans who achieved 2A*s and 8 As

Deputy Headteacher, Mr Clayton said, “I want to congratulate all our students who collected their GCSE results here at President Kennedy School today. It is great to see all their hard work paying off and a greater proportion than ever progressing to Post 16 to study A level. Well done everyone!”