GCSEs: Burnt Mill celebrate another excellent year (and with many story to tell)
Politics / Thu 25th Aug 2016 pm31 12:04pm
IT HAS, again, been a great year for Burnt Mill Academy and with many a great story to tell.
The facts and stats are these: Burnt Mill Academy has 83% of students achieving A* – C in English & Maths.
81% of students achieved 5 A* – C grades, including English & Maths
66% of students have at least 1 A* or A grade.
But there are many human interest stories, which we will tell over the next few days.
Top achiever Amy Richardson is on track to fulfil her dream of being a child therapist.
The 16-year-old, of Harlow, picked up three A* grades, six A grades and one B in this summer’s GCSE exams and is heading to Leventhorpe School to study A-levels in psychology, biology, chemistry and maths.
She said: “I am really pleased and happy with my results. I was hoping I would get these grades.
“I want to go into therapy, working with children. I just like helping people.”
Proud mum Marianne said: “Amy is really hard-working and has put in a lot of extra time to achieve these results.”
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