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Willingdon Community School students achieved another superb set of results. Willingdon students should be exceptionally proud of their achievements, despite this cohort experiencing significant Covid disruption. 

Among many excellent results, Ella Horne achieved seven grade 9s and Max Nightingale achieved an average 3 grades above expected progress.  Other notable student successes included Madeleine Ritchie, Oliver Witts, Evan McKee, Ella Prophet and Chloe Haizelden.

Emily May, Headteacher, said; ‘We are so proud of our students for these brilliant results. This year group epitomised personal excellence in their approach to the exams and we would like to credit our parents/carers who do so much to support our community.  We are also celebrating our recent excellent Ofsted report which evidences the immense strengths of our school.  As the July Ofsted report details; the school has high expectations of pupils and a strong focus on celebration and praise.’

Tom Cain, Head of Year 11, said; ‘The results show the power of families and the school community working as one, allowing the students to flourish and achieve grades to support them in their next destinations. Despite recent teacher strikes and a return to the widely reported higher grade boundaries, students embraced the challenge and showed their determination to achieve in abundance. Attendance and commitment to lessons and interventions supported students in achieving their potential across a range of subjects. A large majority of students made positive progress across their school journey and as a result, attained well in their results. I wish all students the very best for their next steps, taking forward with them positive and fond memories of their time at Willingdon Community School.’

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