Schools celebrate fantastic GCSEs
Students from across the Ted Wragg Trust of schools have been celebrating fantastic GCSE results. The Trust is extremely proud of the efforts of all their students and staff.
Moira Marder, Chief Executive Officer of the Ted Wragg Trust, said: “We are incredibly proud of the results across all of our schools. These students are amongst the young people who have been most affected by the pandemic and their remarkable results reflect their hard work and optimism in the most difficult of circumstances.
“We are proud of every young person who have collected results today. Thanks also to all of our staff and parents who have done so much to support our students and help them to achieve these excellent results.”
The nine Ted Wragg Trust secondary schools are the Plymouth-based Marine Academy Plymouth, All Saints Academy and Lipson Co-operative Academy; Queen Elizabeth’s School, Crediton; Cranbrook Education Campus; and the Exeter schools, Isca Academy, St James School, West Exe School and St Luke’s Church of England School.
The schools will work closely with all students to ensure they are able to take the next step of their choice, continuing to give them all the support they can towards the next stage of their journey.
Moira added: “We look forward to hearing about the success of our students, as they take their next steps in life, whether that is within our sixth forms, regional colleges or apprenticeships.”
For further information on individual schools please click here.
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