To commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, Year 7 pupils from Stroud School in Romsey, re-enacted the battle as a cross-curricular activity between the Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) and History departments.
Rose Hill School has this September launched their new curriculum, Curriculum 2020. The new framework has been designed over the last 18 months using feedback from universities and the employment sector, and consultation with local senior schools.
Boys and girls at co-educational Alleyn’s are delighted by strong GCSE grades after an extraordinary period of uncertainly was ended by the government decision to honour centre-assessed grades.
Today, The Royal School celebrates the hard work and commitment of its Year 11 pupils, which has resulted in strong results across all subjects.
Dedication and a love for learning has resulted in GCSE students at King’s Ely achieving an excellent set of results.
Despite the unprecedented year, students at RGS Newcastle have excelled by achieving exemplary GCSE results. 89% of GCSE grades were 7-9 (equivalent to the old A-A* grades) with 71% of GCSE grades being 8/9 (equivalent to the old A* grade).
20 August 2020 was a much anticipated GCSE results day for girls at St Mary’s Senior School, Cambridge, following a school year that has tested character and academic capability in equal measure.
West Buckland pupils have cause to celebrate today as they receive the fair and honest grades that represent the last two years’ worth of effort. The 2020 GCSE results are proof that the assessment of grades carried out by the school was rigorous.
After weeks of uncertainty, St Benedict's GCSE students have received impressive results, thanks to their hard work and resilience at an extremely challenging time.
It has been such a pleasure to welcome our Year 11 pupils back today to award their GCSE grades. After a messy and stressful few months for all concerned, it has been delightful to see such joy on their faces.