NWHS GCSE students jump for joy at their results

Big Rise In GCSE Results at NWHS


Posted on: 25th August 2016

North Walsham High School is celebrating a big jump in GCSE results, with the number of students achieving A*-C in both English and maths rising from 45% in 2015 to 58% this year.

Head teacher Neil Powell said, “I would like to congratulate our students who are celebrating their GCSE results today.  Our headline measure (students with A*-C in both maths and English) has shown a big improvement over last year.

“We very much regard this as a work in progress, and we aspire to even better results.  That is why we have put in place a renewed focus on teaching and learning to ensure we continue that upward trend.

“I would like to pay tribute to the hard work and dedication of our teaching staff who have helped this year’s students achieve such good results – and to the students themselves, who have done the school proud.”

Pictured: North Walsham High School students celebrate their GCSE success.  Eight of the highest achievers at NWHS today received their GCSE results.  Pictured from left are: Howard Rooke, Milly Knowlden, Lydia Gibbs, Jodie Weller, Lizzie Skinner, Callum Hoy, Victoria Earp and Sarah Rigby.


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