IN PICTURES: GCSE success for Honiton students

PUBLISHED: 14:06 23 August 2012

Students at Honiton Community celebrate another good year of GCSE results. The students are pictured with headteacher Glenn Smith and the head of Year 11 Ian Browne.

Students at Honiton Community celebrate another good year of GCSE results. The students are pictured with headteacher Glenn Smith and the head of Year 11 Ian Browne.

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Honiton Community College celebrates 15 per cent rise in A* to C grades.

Students at Honiton Community College are celebrating today (Thursday) after GCSE A* to C grades rose by 15 per cent.

The figure places the college in the top 25 per cent of schools in the country.

The number of all A* grades have also doubled compared to 2011 and the average points score jumped 35 - indicating each student has achieved better overall grades.

A statement from the college said: “We are delighted to declare that virtually all our significant indicators are up on last year and college trends continue to be positive.”

It was a particularly proud day for students Sam Johnson (8A*, 2A), Rory Norrington (3A*, 4A, 3B), Max Mason 3A*, 3A, 3B), Amy Hutchings (2A*, 5A, 5B), Ione Pidgeon (2A*, 6A, B, C), and Meg Falkner A*, 6A, 2B, C).

Headteacher Glenn Smith said: “I would like to congratulate our Year 11 students on their all-round performance.

“I look forward to working with many of you next year when you embark on your sixth form studies.

“Whatever you do and wherever you go I wish you well.”

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