Grindon Hall Christian School, Nookside, Sunderland celebrates another year of good GCSE results
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Top performers Ellie Rylance, Emma Smith, Max Vardy and Lucy Fernandez secure 33 of the highest grades at GCSE level
Students at Grindon Hall celebrate their GCSE results; Exceptional student Lucy Fernandez celebrates her GCSE results
It was smiles all round today at Grindon Hall Christian School, Nookside, Sunderland, as students turned up to collect their GCSE grades throughout the morning. New incoming Principal Joanne Maw was there to greet students when the doors opened at 9.00 am. Top performing students included Ellie Rylance, Emma Smith, Max Vardy and Lucy Fernandez.
Ellie Rylance’s diligence and hard work paid off as she celebrated securing 5 A*s in Biology, Business Studies, French, History, and Latin, a Grade 8 and a Grade 9 (higher than an A*), in English Literature and Language respectively, two Grade As in Chemistry and Physics and a Grade 7 in maths (equivalent to a Grade A). She is thrilled with her results.
Commenting on the students’ performance, incoming new Principal, Joanne Maw said, “These results represent the tremendous dedication and hard work of students, their teachers and exceptional support from parents. We are very proud of all of the students and wish them every future success”.
Mary McKeeman, Chief Operating Officer at Bright Tribe Trust, commented, “It is wonderful to see the hard work and determination from all pupils, staff and the wider Bright Tribe Trust pay off with the achievement of these excellent results.”