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Northallerton School & Sixth Form College GCSE results

20 August 2020  |  G Denison

It has been a real pleasure to see our Year 11 students receive their GCSE results today and celebrate their hard work during their time at Northallerton School & Sixth Form College. These results are a testament to the dedication and perseverance of this year group. In spite of the challenging circumstances and controversial grading process this year, we have been able to focus on the many positives and successes of our committed students. I would like to thank the staff who have collectively supported all of these students with their achievements today. These results will enable our students to access the next destination in their journey and we wish them all the very best. We will be welcoming a large number of our students back to our Sixth Form College, in September. Further information for Sixth Form places should be directed to: redpath.k@northallertonschool.org.uk 

Many of our students have achieved results that fully reflect their fantastic attitude and commitment throughout their time at the school. It’s also worth especially congratulating those students who achieved truly exceptional results – the reward for academic excellence as well as perseverance and dedication. Many of our students who achieved incredible grades have already signed up for sixth form study with us and are now planning and preparing for the next stage. Two of our most successful students were Poppy Stokes and Amélie Hunter; Amélie is particularly looking forward to specialising in the sciences at NSSFC next year. Becky Hall, Will Howard and Rebecca Wake all achieved outstanding results and have all signed up to join us in the sixth form; Rebecca said that she was ‘looking forward to the challenge of studying English Literature, history and physics as well as an extended project qualification’. Others who excelled were Tyler Young, Lorna Kirby and Hasan Khushi who said that he was ‘really grateful for all the teachers who have supported [him] along the way’ and that he is ‘looking forward to studying biology, chemistry and physics at NSSFC’. 

Congratulations and well done to all of our Year 11 cohort; we wish them the very best of success in their future plans.

Vicki Rahn Head of School

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