Thursday 17th August 2023
We are extremely proud of our students following their determination, hard work and efforts in their first post-pandemic examination season, having missed their GCSE examinations in the 2020-2021 academic year due to COVID-19.
Everyone at Manor School is delighted that 50% of the grades awarded to this cohort were A*-B, or equivalents. Some stand out performances worthy of recognition include Hannah Iddon, Bethan Frazer, Joseph Puk and Charlie Saunders. Hannah received two A*s, an A and a B in her subjects. Bethan was awarded D*D and a B grade, whilst Joseph and Charlie both achieved an A*, two As and a B grade.
Head of School, Lee Towers, said: “We would like to congratulate all of our students for their individual achievements and successes. This does not happen without an exhaustive amount of hard work and tremendous effort. It is worth remembering that this is the first time these students have had to sit external examinations in this format and they have shown incredible resilience during the recent examination season. We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the continued support from parents and carers as well as the dedication and commitment from our all of our staff at Manor School.”
Matt Coleman, Director of School Improvement, said: “We would like to congratulate our students and staff at Manor School for this impressive set of A-Level results. When we compare to 2019 results, we have seen significant improvements. Well done to all our students for their successes, and a note of thanks to the excellent staff and the supportive parents and carers.”
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