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Red carpet reception for Wade Deacon GCSE students
11:40am Sunday 25th August 2013 in News
EXCEPTIONAL GCSE results were celebrated at Wade Deacon High School with a red carpet reception.
Students and staff at the Widnes school were treated to food and drink before discovering this years achievements.
A staggering 85 percent of students, including youngsters who had started their secondary school life at Fairfield High, achieved an A*-C grade in maths, with 80 percent achieving an A*-C in English.
Executive head teacher, Pamela Wright said: “Our results day is the most important day of the year when we celebrate the achievements of our wonderful students and pay tribute to the unstinting support of our parents, carers, staff and governors; all of whom have helped to create these superb results of which we are all extremely proud.
“This exceptional achievement is only possible because of our focus on personalised learning, ensuring that every child achieves more than they ever dreamt possible.”
There was also a 30 percent increase in the number of pupils achieving the new English Baccalaureate standard and over half of all pupils who studied Drama gained the very top grades of A* or A.
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