GCSE results 2015: Princess Helena College, Preston

Katherine Spicer, Isabel Clifford and Tara Bessel outside Princess Helena College after receiving th

Katherine Spicer, Isabel Clifford and Tara Bessel outside Princess Helena College after receiving their GCSE results. - Credit: Archant

Girls at Princess Helena College have been celebrating this morning after achieving a ‘marvellous’ set of GCSE results.

Princess Helena College headteacher Sue Wallace-Woodroffe congratulating Annabel Brining on her GCSE

Princess Helena College headteacher Sue Wallace-Woodroffe congratulating Annabel Brining on her GCSE results. - Credit: Archant

The college, based in Preston near Hitchin, recorded a clean sweep of A*-A grades in German, music and art, with newly appointed headteacher Sue Wallace-Woodroffe describing their overall results as ‘fantastic’.

She said: “The Year 11 girls have done fantastically well to gain this marvellous set of GCSE grades. Most of them exceeded their predictions and expectations and I congratulate them on their achievements.

“They are now well place to move on to their chosen A-level courses and I look forward to seeing them flourish in the sixth form.

“With the majority of girls achieving higher than their CAT score predictions, and last week’s outstanding A-levels, it has been a fantastic year of results at the college.”


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Emily Kilby and Annabel Brining were among the top performers with a plethora of A* and A grades.

“I did not expect to do this well – I am overjoyed and a bit shocked really,” said Annabel.

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“All my teachers have been such a fantastic support, and I am looking forward to continuing at Princess Helena.”

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