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GCSE Results Day

Congratulations to our Year 11 students on their results!

Students at Plantsbrook School have demonstrated their strength, determination and resilience by achieving an excellent set of exam results at GCSE & BTEC level 2. Our Year 11 students have endured an incredibly challenging two years and should be very proud of their fantastic achievements.

Amongst the highest achievers were Elliot Grant (9 x 9s, 1 x 8), Rebecca Khan (9 x 9s, 1 x 8), Dylan Felton (9 x 9s, 1 x 7), Jaya Bart (7 x 9s, 3 x 8s), Taya Howell (7 x 9s, 3 x 8s), Harry Aston (7 x 9s. 2 x 8s & 1 x 7), Jacob Crook (8 x 9s, 1 x 8 & 1 x 5), Sophie (8 x 9s, 1 x 7 & 1 x 6), Adam Shaw (8 x 9s, 1 x 7 & 1 x 6), Freya Cartridge (7 x 9s & 3 x 7s) and Grace Strothers (6 x 9s, 2 x 8s & 2 x 7s).

Students who also demonstrated extraordinary progress by living up to our school motto of “be the best that you can be” were Reuel Whittingham, James Phipps, William Coleman, Skye Hollier, Yaren Gorpe, Emmie-Mae O’Mara, Derrin Williams, Amelia Griffin and Joseph Manton.

At Plantsbrook we encourage all of our students to be aspirational and to be the best version of themselves, so we are very proud to see them achieve such outstanding personal success. We look forward to welcoming many of our students to join us in the sixth form and we wish success to those who have chosen alternative pathways.

As always, I am very proud of the collective hard work invested by our community of students, teachers, support staff, governors and trustees. I would also like to thank our families for their ongoing encouragement and understanding, not only during the revision and examination period, but throughout the entire time they have been connected to Plantsbrook School. Their input has been invaluable.

It is also important to be reminded of all the additional achievements that students in this year group have accomplished. Many have participated in a range of extra-curricular activities and school events during their school career including music concerts, sports clubs, drama performances and student leadership. Their commitment to and participation in our school community in addition to their studies has made many of them excellent role models. We hope they are successful in their future endeavours whatever they may be.

Mr Farr