GCSE success at Lady Manners School is “well deserved”

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Lady Manners School Year 11 students have again celebrated excellent GCSE results.

Over 80 per cent of students attained at least five grades of C or better with 73 per cent achieving five A* to C grades including English and maths. Fifty three students achieved at least seven full GCSE A or A* grades within their results- Joseph Allen, Hannah Beadsmoore, Cameron Bishop, Emily Booth, Jacob Bower, George Bromley, Robin Brooks, Samuel Brossler, Tarn Buxton, Anna Cairns, Ethan Calder, James Chetwood, Harriet Cooke, Emily Dale, Lisa Dwyer-Joyce, Robyn Edgar, Benjamin Edmans, Florence Elliott, Caris Feeney, Lucy Givens, Harry Haddow, Lydia Haigh, Charlotte Hawley, Alex Hellings, Finlay Holden, Molly Jankowski, Becky Kennion, Cordelia King, Leonard Koschitzke, Heather Kreit, Sophie Large, Dennis Lindebaum, Conor Macdonald, Alice Malone, Harry McMullan, Keeley Pearson, Grace Pigott, Harry Poole, Sarah Ragg, Hattie Read, Daniel Riley, Amy Rivington, Benjamin Roche, Matthew Sheldon, Lucy Shell, Abigail Smith, Solomon Stanley, Julia Trend, Zachary Turner, Connie Webb, Robyn Whiteoak, Gabi Wickersham and Benjamin Willis.

Headteacher Duncan Meikle said: “Students and staff have worked hard and these successes are well deserved. There have been a lot of very strong individual performances once again. We wish our Year 11 students well in their next step in education.”