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28th August 2023
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Celebrations are taking place across Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) schools, after “remarkable” Year 11 students received the results of their GCSE and vocational qualifications.

Students from the ATLP’s Arthur Terry School, The Bridge Academy, The Coleshill School, John Willmott School, Nether Stowe School, Stockland Green School, and West Coventry Academy, received their results amid high praise from schools and senior leaders.

Deirdre Duignan, ATLP’s director of education (Secondary), said: “Today we are celebrating our remarkable Year 11 students and all they have achieved. We are immensely proud of their hard work, dedication, and determination.

“These students have faced some challenging times and today’s results reflect the children’s commitment and diligence, not just during the exam period, but throughout their education. Our amazing staff and families have been there every step of the way and we are grateful for their support.”

ATLP CEO Richard Gill CBE, said: “Huge congratulations to all our students on their excellent results – we are so proud of all they have achieved. This success reflects their resilience, commitment, and hard work, supported by our wonderful staff and families.

“Our schools aim to give every child quality educational opportunities to enrich the learning experience and provide them with the tools and skills for the future.

"It’s a privilege to watch our children grow, and whether they are returning to our schools next month, or embarking on a new adventure, these inspirational students will always be part of the ATLP family.”

Meanwhile, headteacher Samantha Kibble has expressed her overwhelming pride regarding the remarkable results achieved by Year 11 students at Arthur Terry School this year.

Mrs Kibble said: “The results stand as a testament to the commitment, tenacity and diligence shown by our exceptional students. The legacy of Covid closures should not be forgotten and, despite these unprecedented challenges, our students have confronted these hurdles head-on, showcasing exceptional resilience while surpassing our expectations.

“We are delighted that many Year 11 students will be returning to our ‘Outstanding’ sixth form as they embark on their A-level journey next year. The ethos at Arthur Terry remains: Be Proud, Be Kind, Be Ready and this cohort have demonstrated the importance of living and breathing our motto.”

Pictured: John Willmott School students celebrate their results

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