We are celebrating another year of excellent GCSE results with some amazing individual achievements.
Bethany Petch-Smith achieved a total of 11 GCSEs all at the highest grade 9! Bethany has worked incredibly hard with a relentless focus on achieving the best possible marks in all her exams throughout her 5 years at The Market Weighton School and fully deserves this amazing set of results. Bethany is moving on to study ‘A’ levels in maths, chemistry and biology at Wyke College.
The whole year group have worked incredibly hard over the past 5 years and the results today are testament to that hard work with many more students achieving a high number of top grades.
Alex Calvert has achieved 9 grade 9s and 1 grade 8 and will be studying ‘A’ level biology, chemistry and maths at Beverley Joint Sixth.
Ed Huxell has achieved 10 GCSEs all at a grade 4 or above including a grade 7 in DT and has already started his Engineering Apprenticeship at Britcom Engineering in Market Weighton.
Harry Hawkett’s grades were all grade 7 or above including a grade 9 in GCSE PE and a Level 2 Distinction in BTEC ICT. Another student with outstanding results including 6 grade 9s is Hannah Clark who will be studying A levels in History, English, Psychology and Religious Studies at York College.
Hannah Telfer achieved grade 9s in seven subjects and will be studding biology, chemistry and psychology ‘A’ levels at Wyke sixth form College.
Florence Grimes achieved 10 GCSEs all at grade 8 and 9 and will be studying English Literature, biology and music technology at Wyke College
Our Head Girl Viviana Mayman along with fellow student Emma Gannon will be taking up a scholarship at Pocklington School and Head Boy Joe Green is going on to study Engineering at Ron Dearing University Technical College in Hull.
All our students have achieved amazing results in the most challenging of years and we wish them well as they progress to the next stage of their education and training. I would like to thank all our students, parents and staff for their hard work and support, particularly over the past 18 months. The students have shown great resilience throughout this challenging period and achieved the amazing results we have always known they were capable of achieving. Well done to you all!