Grades glory for Doncaster pupils

Emily Goulden (l) and Arianna Fox, of Hayfield School, with their GCSE results as Emily got 2 A's, 4 B's and 2 C's and Arianna got 3 A's, 6 B's and 2 C's. Picture: Andrew Roe

Emily Goulden (l) and Arianna Fox, of Hayfield School, with their GCSE results as Emily got 2 A's, 4 B's and 2 C's and Arianna got 3 A's, 6 B's and 2 C's. Picture: Andrew Roe

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Scores of school pupils across Doncaster were all smiles after picking up top of the class GCSE results yesterday – but figures across the borough fell.

Almost 2,000 youngsters were finally able to breathe a sigh of relief after achieving the GCSE benchmark of five A* to C including English and mathematics. But results are down 2.6 per cent on last year.

Adam White (l) got a Merit, a B and 5 C's and Mitchel Maidens got an A*, Distinction*, 2 A's, 4 B's and 2 C's at Outwood Academy GCSE results day. Picture: Andrew Roe
Adam White (l) got a Merit, a B and 5 C's and Mitchel Maidens got an A*, Distinction*, 2 A's, 4 B's and 2 C's at Outwood Academy GCSE results day. Picture: Andrew Roe

For the first time this year GCSE performance is calculated based on students’ first examination attempt, not including resits.

 

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