Stalham High School headteacher proud of GCSE students
The new headteacher of Stalham High School is 'extremely proud' of the achievement of its GCSE pupils this year.
Some 50pc of its students achieved five or more A*-C grades including English and maths, compared to 52pc last year.
The number of pupils gaining five or more A*-C grades in all subjects was 58.5pc. Last year's results in this area are unavailable.
Ms Webb said: 'The vast majority are in a confident position to move into their chosen post-16 education.'
She added: 'A significant number of students were extremely close to the C grade boundary and we hope that successful appeals will see these figures increase. As a new head, it was important for me to stabilise the school. We have achieved this and are looking forward to significant improvement over the coming years.'
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