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Best GCSE results for Alderney since 2012

55% of St Anne's 11 GCSE pupils got five A*-C grades. Photo: ITV Channel TV

There are plenty of happy pupils, parents and teachers in Alderney today, as the island celebrates its GCSE results.

55% of St Anne's 11 GCSE pupils got five A*-C grades, including Maths and English.

It's in stark contrast to last year, when only a quarter of students achieved the same so-called 'Gold Standard' - its worst performance on record.

The school says its results in English and Maths are 'very positive' with pupils gaining an 82% A-C pass rate in English and 64% in Maths.

We are very proud of the achievements of all our students. Individual student success is grounded in the solid relationships fostered at this school, the dedication of staff and the diligent support of our parents. I personally would like to thank parents, staff and students for their unwavering support this year. We recognise that there is still work to be done in securing further improvements at St. Anne’s School; with the continued support of Education Services I believe that we can build on the successes of this year and make great strides forward into the new academic year.

– Headteacher, Martin Winward
54.5
Percentage of pupils achieving A*-C with Maths and English in 2017.
25.0
Percentage of pupils achieving A*-C with Maths and English in 2016.
42.9
Percentage of pupils achieving A*-C with Maths and English in 2015.
46.2
Percentage of pupils achieving A*-C with Maths and English in 2014.
35.7
Percentage of pupils achieving A*-C with Maths and English in 2013.

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