GCSEs spark celebrations at Cromwell

Sylvia Wilson (left) and Beth Matthews with their GCSE results at Chatteris Cromwell Community College
Sylvia Wilson (left) and Beth Matthews with their GCSE results at Chatteris Cromwell Community College

Cromwell Community College is celebrating the second best set of GCSE results the college has ever achieved.

Sixty per cent of students, who completed their education at Cromwell achieved five A* - C including English and maths; a rise of 5% over the 2012 result.

L-R Oliver Colson, Dominic Coxall, Jack Ryan and Leo Forchin at Chatteris Cromwell Community College.

L-R Oliver Colson, Dominic Coxall, Jack Ryan and Leo Forchin at Chatteris Cromwell Community College.

And 81% achieved five A* - C or equivalent overall. For the fourth successive year every student has left Cromwell with at least one GCSE pass and 97% achieved five GCSE passes.

Set against a backdrop of more stringent marking in a number of subjects and grade boundaries being moved up these are a good set of results by any standards.

Principal Jed Roberts said: “Our congratulations go to all of our students and a particular well done goes to Laura Baker, Tom Wayman, Jessica Coe, Anastasia Fleming and Jasmine Thomas who all achieved at least 10 A* or A grades.

“Well done to all concerned, thank you to all the parents who have supported us over the past five years and best wishes for the future.”

Molly Abbott (left) and Bethany Hall  at Chatteris Cromwell Community College

Molly Abbott (left) and Bethany Hall at Chatteris Cromwell Community College

L-R Charlie Fruin, Eve Gladwin, Mckinlay Heady, Lauren Adams and Alicia Lovell with their GCSEs at Chatteris Cromwell Community College.

L-R Charlie Fruin, Eve Gladwin, Mckinlay Heady, Lauren Adams and Alicia Lovell with their GCSEs at Chatteris Cromwell Community College.