Staff, students and parents celebrated the highest ever GCSE results at Essex co-operative Academy St Clere’s.
Head teacher Mrs Hughes expressed delight with results this year and how proud she was of the hard work that has been carried out by staff and students.
Mr Griffiths, CEO of St Clere’s Co-operative Academy Trust, said: “The 2016 GCSE results are a credit to the staff and pupils at St Clere’s School. On behalf of the Trust, I would like to congratulate the Head teacher and staff.”
Mrs Hughes stated: “These fantastic results, which go against the national trend, are well-deserved and reflect the positive ethos and thirst for learning demonstrated at St Clere’s on a daily basis.”
Some of the highlights are:
- 78 per cent achieved A*-C in both English and Maths.
- 85 per cent of pupils achieved A*-C in Maths, which continues the four-year rising trend.
- 83 per cent of students achieved A*-C in English, a 33 per cent increase on last year.
- 49 per cent of eligible students achieved Ebacc.
- Further confirmation of the strong progress made by all students is the Progress 8 score, which sits at +0.42.