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GCSEs: Live updates from our reporters
8:07am Thursday 23rd August 2012 in News
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Spires youngsters are getting their results!
Pupils at Wallingford School have recorded the school's best ever GCSE results. There were 190 pupils taking exams and 75 per cent got five A* to C grades with English and maths. Headteacher Wyll Willis said: ''These results are stellar - they are at the top end of what we could have hoped for.''
Of Cheney's 221 GCSE pupils, 80 per cent achieved five A* to C grades. Headteacher Jolie Kirby has expressed her delight at the school's maths results, but said she is "deeply concerned" about an apparently anomalous English language unit which has brought some marks down. An investigation is promised.
At Oxford Spires Academy, 57 per cent of pupils got at least five A* to C grades including English and maths, up from 41 per cent last year, its first year of results. Headteacher Sue Croft says she is 'ecstatic'.
Screams of joy at Wood Green School in Witney as the anxious wait is over for students
Top performer at Cheney is 16-year-old Alice Walker who scooped eight A*s and two As. She's off to sixth form and hopes to be a physicist.
Just a few more nervous minutes for youngsters at Wood Green School in Witney
Pupils at Wallingford School start to pick up their GCSE results.
Matthew Arnold deputy head Rob Shadbolt said he's "delighted" with the results. 17% achieved Gove's "EBac" qualification.
Many smiling faces at Cheney, but teachers are to investigate "surprisingly low" grades in one AQA English language unit, with a number of papers being submitted for re-marking.
Pupils starting to trickle through at Matthew Arnold School. 71% got A* to C grades, 60% if you include maths and English.
A few pupils here at Magdalen College School with 9 A*s who were disappointed to get an A in history. Seems to have been a tough test for the school this year.
Magdalen College School reports 92 per cent of pupils got A or A*s while nine got ten or more A*s. All got A* to C.
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