There were smiles all round this morning at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School. As pupils came in to collect their results there were tears, hugs and a huge sense of relief now the wait is over.
Manuela Perez Gomez opened her results with her parents and they were all delighted with the three grade 9s, five grade 8s in her total of 11 good GCSE passes. Manuela will be staying at the school to study Maths, French and Drama.
Olunibe Morgan achieved a total of 13 GCSEs all above grade 7, with six Grade 9s and five grade 8s. He was thrilled with his results which have secured him a place at the prestigious Kings College London Mathematics School where he will study Maths, Further Maths and Physics at A Level.
Kendra Hilliard said “I did better than I was expecting but I got what I was hoping for” having opened her results envelope to find she had 11 GSCE passes over grade 7 with four grade 9s and three grade 8s. Kendra will be staying at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School to do her A Levels.
Hattie Banks showed amazing will power as she waited for her friend to arrive before opening her results. Then it was tears of joy when she saw she had 12 GCSEs at grade 7 or above with six at grade 9 and five at grade 8. Hattie was slightly shocked at how well she had done “I’m happier than I was expecting to be” she said.
Joshua Dunstan said “It’s like having an anvil lifted off your shoulders” after opening his results to find he had 14 GSEs with six grade 9s and three grade 8s. Joshua will be studying Maths, Biology, Chemistry and English at A Level.
Headmaster Mark Dixon said “Pupils worked really hard for their GCSEs and this was reflected in their results. They should be really proud of what they have achieved.
“Our scientists have done particularly well this year with the Physics and Chemistry results having an average grade of 8 which is equivalent to an A* in the old system.”
23rd August 2018