GCSE results day 2017: Fearnhill School, Letchworth

Shannon Nath opens her GCSE results envelope. Picture: Fearnhill School

Shannon Nath opens her GCSE results envelope. Picture: Fearnhill School - Credit: Archant

Students are celebrating at Letchworth’s Fearnhill School today after receiving their GCSE results.

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Highlighted as top performers were Jessica Amosu, Naomi Wray and Shannon Nath, who all secured a full set of A* and A grades.

Bartosz Mokrski achieved two A*, five A and three B grades, and Adam Hay got seven As and two Bs.

Luke Earl, Shannon Nath and Naomi Wray with their GCSE results. Picture: Fearnhill School

Luke Earl, Shannon Nath and Naomi Wray with their GCSE results. Picture: Fearnhill School - Credit: Archant

Headteacher Liz Ellis said there were many other successes and some very happy students, amid a time of great uncertainty nationally amid the new GCSEs and issues with exam boards and marking.

She said: “Our students deserve congratulations for all their hard work, as do the staff who have worked tirelessly with them over the months and years.

Jessica Payne and Adam Hay with their GCSE results. Picture: Fearnhill School

Jessica Payne and Adam Hay with their GCSE results. Picture: Fearnhill School - Credit: Archant


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“Every student at Fearnhill aspires to achieve at the highest level and it is extremely satisfying to see them on results day, celebrating the rewards they have earned through their hard work and dedication.

“It is an important day for families and the whole community, when we see the next generation stepping into their future with all of our support.”

Jessica Amosu with her GCSE results. Picture: Fearnhill School

Jessica Amosu with her GCSE results. Picture: Fearnhill School - Credit: Archant

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