GCSE results: Henry Cort Community College

Supervisor Emily Moore, left, and deputy supervisor Becky Lansley, back right, with children from Hambledon Pre-School getting ready for their Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children

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SPIRITS were high at Henry Cort Community College as students picked up some ‘outstanding results.’

The school in Hillson Drive college, Fareham, saw 63 per cent of students receive A* to C grades, and 42 per cent achieve gold standard A* to C grades including English and maths.

Students at Henry Cort celebrating their GCSE results

Students at Henry Cort celebrating their GCSE results

Students were also picking up their English Baccalaureate results, which were above national average.

Principal Phil Munday said: ‘We are delighted that so many students have achieved outstanding results. However recent changes to the core GCSE subjects make it increasingly difficult to compare year-on-year grades.’

The Year 11 Head Boy Sam Wood, 16, was among the students picking up their results.

Sam, of Catisfield Lane, Fareham, got six A*s, four As and one B and is off to study A-levels at Barton Peveril College.

He said: ‘I’m feeling really happy that I have achieved what I wanted to achieve.’

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