Studley High School celebrates record-breaking results - The Stratford Observer
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11th Aug, 2022

Studley High School celebrates record-breaking results

STUDLEY High School celebrated a record-breaking round of results.

Almost 90 per cent of pupils passed the newly reformed English exam and 81 per cent achieved a pass in maths.

And the number of pupils who achieved the new ‘high pass’ was above the national average in each subject.

Across art, photography, drama and music, pupils achieved 90 per cent of A* to C grades, and other subjects including science saw similar results, with papers receiving 98 per cent of A* to C marks.

Pupils have also achieved excellent results across humanities, languages, PE and technology, with the overall results exceeding expectation

Among those who achieved top marks were – Eleanor Sutton Smith, Michael Parry, Madeline Ritchie, Chloe Burborough, Rosalie Oakes and Rachel Herbert.

Headteacher Mr Gray said: “It is so pleasing to see pupils performed well across a diverse range of subjects and with 25 per cent of all grades at A and A*, I am so proud of them. Over 50 pupils achieved at least three A grades. I would like to say well done to the class of 2017 myself and my staff are very proud of their achievements.”


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