GCSE: Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar

Students gather at Queen Elizabeth's School for their GCSE results.

Students gather at Queen Elizabeth's School for their GCSE results.

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For an eighth year in a row, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford has seen 100 per cent of its pupils gain five more A*-C passes at GCSE.

Some 99 per cent gained the national benchmark of A*-C grades in English, maths and at least three other subjects, just down on the 100 per cent attained last year.

Almost all passed 10 or more subjects at the top grades, the school has reported.

 

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