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GCSE results 2019: The Stephen Perse Foundation




The Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF), a family of schools educating girls and boys from nursery to sixth form in Saffron Walden and Cambridge, have announced exceptional GCSE results.

Gabrielle, Mila, Priya and Suzi collecting their GCSE results
Gabrielle, Mila, Priya and Suzi collecting their GCSE results

In the new examination marking system, grade 9 is the top level of achievement.

Stephen Perse students have achieved grade 9s in more than 41 per cent of the GCSEs they have taken - this compares to the national average of 4.5 per cent.

SPF student Hetty received a clean sweep of grade 9s
SPF student Hetty received a clean sweep of grade 9s

The headline SPF results include:

• 100 per cent of all entries graded at 4 to 9

• 100 per cent of students achieved a pass in maths at grade 4 or above

• 100 per cent of students achieved a pass in English at grade 4 or above

• 85 per cent of all entries graded at 7 to 9

• 67 per cent of all entries graded at 8 to 9

Tricia Kelleher, principal of the Stephen Perse Foundation, said: “Yet again our students have achieved excellent GCSE results, this continuity of performance is what we are known for.

“What makes us different is we produce great results alongside a skill set gained through an all-round education that supports ambition, nurtures talent, encourages creativity and critical thinking which leads to personal achievement and self-fulfilment.

“Our students gain the skills, knowledge and practical experience to become the change-makers of their future world.”

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