GCSE results 2016: The Barclay School, Stevenage

Barclay's Dan Witt achieved 10 GCSEs including three As, Josh Ellis got seven As and three Bs, Joe W

Barclay's Dan Witt achieved 10 GCSEs including three As, Josh Ellis got seven As and three Bs, Joe Walker achieved two A*s, five As and two Bs and Keir Lloyd achieved three A*s, six As and a B. - Credit: Archant

There were smiles aplenty at Stevenage’s Barclay School today as students got their GCSE results.

Tess and Catherine Bordoni from The Barclay School bagged 20 good GCSEs between them including six A

Tess and Catherine Bordoni from The Barclay School bagged 20 good GCSEs between them including six A*s and As. - Credit: Archant

Headteacher Jacqui O’Connor said: “We are delighted with the results our students have achieved this year. Our staff and students have worked extremely hard and this has paid off. I would also like to thank parents for their fantastic support.

“Our results show that our journey to become an exceptional school has strong foundations. The progress made by our learners has vastly improved over the past couple of years.

“As always we have some outstanding performances by individual students.

“Our open evening is on Tuesday, September 27, for Year 6 student looking to start in September 2017 and in the first week of October for entry for Year 11 students hoping to move in to our sixth form next year. We welcome all prospective students and parents to join us.

Barclay's Anthony Reynolds achieved 10 GCSEs with two As, Francesca Webster achieved 10 GCSEs includ

Barclay's Anthony Reynolds achieved 10 GCSEs with two As, Francesca Webster achieved 10 GCSEs including seven As and Amber Rosen achieved 10 GCSEs including six As. - Credit: Archant


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Anthony Reynolds achieved 10 GCSEs with two As, Francesca Webster achieved 10 GCSEs including seven As and Amber Rosen achieved 10 GCSEs including six As.

Tess and Catherine Bordoni bagged 20 good GCSEs between them including six A*s and As.

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Overall exam results for the school were not available.

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