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Belvoir High School celebrates best-ever GCSE results




Pictured are Belvoir High School GCSE students Chris Morgan Smith, Ella Metcalfe, Harriet Algar, George Kay and Erin Daly.
Pictured are Belvoir High School GCSE students Chris Morgan Smith, Ella Metcalfe, Harriet Algar, George Kay and Erin Daly.

Belvoir High School pupils are celebrating their best set of GCSE results ever with 74.2 per cent of pupils achieving five A*-C grades, including English and maths.

The English and maths results are particularly impressive, with 84 per cent of pupils achieving A* - C in English and 85 per cent of pupils achieving A*-C in maths. These results are the school’s best ever results in these two subjects, despite the increased rigour introduced to the subjects in the last two years.

Pictured are the best performing Belvoir High School male and female GCSE students Chessy Browne and Chris Morgan Smith.
Pictured are the best performing Belvoir High School male and female GCSE students Chessy Browne and Chris Morgan Smith.

Belvoir High School is part of the Belvoir and Melton Academy Trust, and includes the MV16 sixth form centre.

A spokesman said: “Belvoir’s results follow MV16’s outstanding A-level results last week. This reflects the continuing development of Belvoir and Melton Academy Trust as it goes from strength to strength.

“The results are testament to the hard work and commitment of all the pupils, staff and governors across the academy.”

Particularly outstanding individual results: Chessy Browne with seven A*s, four As; Immy Cullen with one A*, nine As, one B; Erin Daly with four A*s, five As, two Bs; George Kay with four A*s, eight As; Ella Metcalfe with three A*s, six As, three Bs; Chris Morgan Smith with one A (distinction), seven A*s, four As; Harriet Algar with one A*, nine As, one C; Lyle Barradell with two A*s, seven As, two Bs; Alex King with two A*s, six As, two Bs; and Oliver Wong with two A*s, five As, two Bs, one C.



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