GCSE results 2017: Saint Felix headmaster proud of “exceptional” maths grades

Pupils from Saint Felix celebrate their GCSE results. Picture: Courtesy of Saint Felix School

Pupils from Saint Felix celebrate their GCSE results. Picture: Courtesy of Saint Felix School - Credit: Saint Felix School

More than nine out of 10 pupils at Saint Felix School celebrated achieving level four or above in both maths and English when they collected their GCSE results. The school in Reydon also saw 97pc of pupils achieving between level four and nine in maths, as 91pc achieved this in the two core subjects.

Headmaster James Harrison said: 'It's particularly pleasing to see exceptional maths grades again. I am immensely proud.

'Constant tinkering with exams by the government has led to teachers being unsure about the intricacies of the new grading system, but at Saint Felix we always have, and always will rely on good quality teaching across all of our subjects.

'The teachers are committed, the pupils are enthusiastic and they deserve all of their successes.'

The school's English outcome was also impressive, with 88pc achieving above level four in the subject.


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