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Malvern St James Girls Celebrate Another Year of Excellent GCSE Results!

Published Friday 24th of August 2012 11:59:10 AM

Malvern St James Girls' School once again celebrated excellent GCSE examination results today, marking yet further outstanding academic and personal achievements for the girls this year.

The GCSE results show an exceptional 58% of all Grades awarded were A*- A, with one student, Anna Ying, achieving A* in all twelve of her GCSE subjects and a further 5 students gaining straight A* and A Grades in ten subjects or more. The Maths department is celebrating record-breaking results, achieving 74% of all grades at A*- A; likewise the Physics department with 96% of grades at A*- B; whilst the Drama, Spanish and Food Technology departments gained a stunning 100% at A* - A.

Malvern based student Elizabeth Rees, who secured 5 A* and 5 A Grades, said, 'I'm very proud of my results. It's fantastic to do so well after all the hard work; to achieve an A in Maths is just amazing!' 'Her mother, Mrs Helen Rees commented, 'We are delighted with Elizabeth's results. MSJ has been the making of her, giving her the confidence to realize her true ability. A massive thank you must go to everyone at the School'.

Rebecca Evans from Upper Welland achieved 7 A* and 3 A Grades. She said, 'I am so excited! I wasn't sure how well I'd done so it's been a wonderful surprise.' Her mother added, 'Rebecca has worked extremely hard for her GCSEs and it has really paid off we are thrilled for her'.

'All credit to the girls and their teachers who have given their School so much to be proud of today' said Headmistress, Patricia Woodhouse. 'Following on from our outstanding A Level results last week, this level of academic success is fitting testament to our vibrant, ambitious learning environment and a positive 'can-do' culture which offers every girl the opportunity to achieve her personal best. We wish these young women ongoing success with their A Level studies here at MSJ, where their future is clearly very bright!'.
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