Year 11 pupils at Alderley Edge School for Girls were delighted to finally receive their GCSE results today. After so much uncertainty over the last few weeks, pupils were relieved to receive the grades that they have worked hard for over the last two years.
Almost 57% of grades awarded are at the highest grades of 7-9 and over 99% of all grades were a grade 4 or above with nearly 18% of grades being the very highest grade of 9.
Amy Barnes and Sarah Rhodes achieved a clean sweep of the highest grades of 9 and 8, whilst Charlotte MacDonald was awarded eight grade 9s, three grade 8s and one grade 7 and Ansruta Vijay Anand achieved 9 grade 9s.
Helen Jeys, Headmistress of Alderley Edge School for Girls, commented; "We understand what a difficult time it has been for Year 11 students across the country and we are delighted that our pupils have achieved the grades that they deserve for all their hard work and commitment. We know that they will all go onto achieve success in their future and we look forward to welcoming many of them back into our sixth form where we know they will continue to flourish."