South Nottinghamshire Academy students celebrate outstanding GCSE success
Students at the South Nottinghamshire Academy are celebrating their outstanding success after receiving their GCSE results.
Pupils achieved some great results, with 83% of students securing at least a grade four in English and maths.
Also, 100% of students who studied biology, chemistry, physics or physical education were graded between nine to four.
Eleanor Petts received impressive results with eight grade nines and one grade eight.
Fellow student Emma Gould got seven grade nines and two grade eights.
Out of nearly 1,000 grades awarded, 51% at the school were graded nine to seven and 88% nine to four.
Head Dan Philpotts said: "This has been an extraordinarily difficult year for young people and they have had to face many challenges both inside and outside the classroom.
"The process of generating teacher assessed grades was both rigorous and robust and we are pleased to see that students have been rightly rewarded for their endeavours and work ethic.
"As a school, we continue to go from strength to strength with another set of fantastic results."
Also receiving impressive results was Malak El-Sherbiny Badawy, who achieved seven grade nines and two grade eights.
James Carlton received two grade nines, five grade eights and two grade sevens.
Manny Johnson also secured a grade nine, four grade eights, two grade sevens and two grade sixes.