Maynard students achieve another remarkable set of results for GCSE
25th August 2011
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After the success of last week’s A-Level results, the Maynard School has achieved another outstanding set of results at GCSE level.

GCSE results 2011

• Percentage of students gaining A* Grades 46%

• Percentage of students gaining A* or A Grades 81%

• Percentage of students gaining A*, A or B Grades 95%

24 students, nearly half of all candidates, scored straight A* or A Grades, with the average points per candidate score being the highest it has been for three years.

Success stories include:

Lucy Cross, from Exeter, who gained 10 A* Grades.

Katherine New, from Exeter, who gained 10 A* and 1 A Grade.

Sylvie Goodlow from Exeter who achieved 8 A* and 2 A Grades.

Pip Halpin from Broadclyst, Xueqin Qui from Exeter, Alex Sage from Kenn and Bess Templeton from Taunton, all of  whom gained 8 A*s and 1 A Grade.

Emily Daugherty, from Exmouth, and Sophie Groenhof from Exeter, who both gained 7 A* and 2 A Grades.

Lizzy Hamilton, from Bovey Tracey, who gained 6 A* and 4 A Grades.

Rachel Christie, from Topsham and Sarah Walker, from Crediton, who both scored 6 A*’s and 3 A Grades.

Twins Isabel and Abagail Crackett, from Okehampton, who between them achieved 9 A*’s and 8 A Grades.

Bee Hughes, Headmistress, commented:

“This year’s Maynard students have once again performed outstandingly well at GCSE, with exceptional achievements at A* and A Grade. All students should be very proud of their achievements and all deserve our hearty congratulations.”

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