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Barnsley's GCSE Students Congratulated

Thursday August 21 2014




CHILDREN across Barnsley have achieved or surpassed their expected grade in this year’s GCSE exams.

They have achieved these credible results in a year when the government made significant changes to the exam system.

For the first time, pupils’ coursework has been replaced with one end-of-year final examination.

Early analysis of the results show that overall students in Barnsley have achieved similar results to 2013 when 50 per cent achieved five A* to C grades including English and maths.

Holy Trinity in Barnsley shone, achieving their highest ever results this year.

The school has continued their upward trend in attainment for the sixth consecutive year.

Headteacher Simon Barber said: "We are so proud of our pupils who have worked hard for these excellent results."

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Reply Posted by Tilley on Thursday August 21 2014 at 22:41
So proud of our Ellie who received 9 Gcse passes at C and above at Horizon CC. The school did a tremendous job in helping and supporting her, really chaffed couldn't ask for anymore.

Reply Posted by sarah on Friday August 22 2014 at 11:54
It should say the school has carried on from the good work ať st.michaels as holý třinity has only been open 2 years it hasnt has a full 5 years worth of students yet.

Reply Posted by Sue mott on Friday August 22 2014 at 13:27
It would be nice to find out the results for the year 10 kids at kirk balk who took exams a year early but they won't release them. About 50 kids stood outside school yesterday waiting for them only to be told to go home, you won't receive them till term starts. Apparently education inundated with complaints.