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GCSE results 2019: Netherhall School




The results for Netherhall School have improved once again this year, with an increase in the attainment 8 measure to 48.6.

Lihinya and Thevinya Gurugama, who between them achieved 11 9s, two 8s, seven 7s and two A*s
Lihinya and Thevinya Gurugama, who between them achieved 11 9s, two 8s, seven 7s and two A*s

Students are now able to make the all-important decisions as to which course, apprenticeship or training they will be moving onto.

Netherhall anticipates that many will choose to stay at The Oakes College, which has just published excellent results for A-levels, with 99.6 per cent of students achieving A*-E grades across a range of academic and applied subjects, and all of the school's students going on to one of their first-choice destinations at university, a high-quality apprenticeship, or have already secured employment.

"Innovative teaching methods, a commitment to an inspiring curriculum and tailored individual approaches have allowed us to improve year on year," said principal Chris Tooley.

"Our students have again shown that they are a match for anyone with some nationally outstanding performances.

"These include Neelam Solanki, who achieved an amazing 10 GCSEs all at the 'super A*' grade 9 level, and an A* in further maths (the highest attainable grade) and has to be one of the highest performing students in the whole country.

"Marie Vallier gained six 9s, three 8s and two 7s, and Lihinya and Thevinya Gurugama getting between them 11 9s, two 8s, seven 7s and two A*s.

"These superb performances are just some of our Year 11’s wonderful results."

Marie Vallier gained six 9s, three 8s and two 7s
Marie Vallier gained six 9s, three 8s and two 7s

Mr Tooley added: "We would like to congratulate all our students and wish them the very best of luck for the future.

"We look forward to welcoming a fresh cohort of year 7s to Netherhall in September and many of our fantastic Year 11s back to The Oakes College.

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