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Celebrating excellent GCSE results for 2018

Posted on: August 23rd 2018

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Amery Hill is celebrating its year on year success with another round of excellent GCSE results for its 2018 cohort. Many students have excelled and achieved beyond expectation, proving that Amery Hill strives for the best in every student.

The whole Amery Hill community is delighted and exceptionally proud of all of our students, with particular mention of Eleanor Austin, Marcie Crawford, Oliver Isaac, Sam Seymour, Lauren Swain and Ben Williams, all of whom achieved 8 or more Level 8s and 9s, placing them within the top 3% of the best achievers nationally. 

New Amery Hill Head Teacher, Stephen Mann, said ‘I am absolutely delighted that Amery Hill has yet again achieved another excellent set of GCSE results.  Even though this year saw the first set of new more rigorous and demanding GCSE exams for many subjects, the results show that the level of commitment and hard work shown by students and their teachers has culminated in them all having more choices and opportunities as they move into post 16 education.

As the new Headteacher of Amery Hill School I am greatly looking forward to maintaining and building upon the outstanding ethos that permeates throughout the school and ensuring with all the staff, that each student receives the highest quality of education.

Along with all the staff and governors I would like to congratulate all our students and look forward to hearing about their many successes in the future.’

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