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Neale-Wade Academy principal Jason Wing says the school is 'thrilled' with its students GCSE results

There was none of the usual joy - or occasional tears - you would normally find at the Neale-Wade Academy in March on GCSE results day as students were unable collect their results in person.

The Covid-19 pandemic not only prevented students from going into school to collect the results, but it also prevented them from sitting the exams they have worked had for over the past two years.

Instead today's results are based on centre assessed grades, which were awarded by teachers based on pupils' performances in assessments and mocks and attainment throughout the course.

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