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Grantham special needs school celebrate record exam results

By Grantham Reporter

Hardworking pupils at Ambergate Sports College are celebrating after achieving the best GCSE results in the schools history.

One pupil achieved a grade 7 in Maths, which is the equivalent of an A, along with four other GCSEs at grade 4, equivalent of a C or above to secure a place on an accountancy course.

Chloe Webb, Lucas Wilson and Jade Walsh (pictured) also achieved fantastic results. Chloe was awarded six GCSEs at grade 4, whilst Lucas and Jade celebrated five GCSEs each to gain places at Grantham College.

Headteacher James Ellis said: “I am overwhelmingly proud of all the pupils for achieving such fantastic results.”

Ambergate is part of the Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship (GANF) and caters for pupils aged between three and 19 with moderate to severe learning difficulties and complex needs, including autism, ADHD and varying degrees of developmental delay.

Ambergate Sports College is part of Community Inclusive Trust.

Ambergate Sports College achieved their best set of GCSE results in the school's history. (4037792)
Ambergate Sports College achieved their best set of GCSE results in the school's history. (4037792)


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