GALLERY: Bexley GCSE students celebrate excellent results

PUBLISHED: 17:29 22 August 2013 | UPDATED: 17:33 22 August 2013

Beths Grammar high achievers included Joe Munday (left) with 11 A* and Alex Sharpington (second right) with 10 A*

Beths Grammar high achievers included Joe Munday (left) with 11 A* and Alex Sharpington (second right) with 10 A*


Bexley students celebrated some excellent GCSE results today.

Every single student at Beths Grammar School in Hartford Road, Bexley, achieved five A* to C grades.

These included Joe Munday who gained 11 A* and 1 A at GCSE while Alex Sharpington achieved 10 A* grades.

Head teacher James Skinner said: “I am once again extremely pleased with this year’s results and am delighted that our students were realising their potential in achieving their A* and A grades.

“I congratulate all the students on their excellent achievement and looks forward to welcoming them back to our sixth form in September.”

Pupils at St Catherine’s Catholic School in Watling Street, Bexleyheath, also had smiles on their faces.

More than 80 per cent of students achieved five A* to C grades including English and maths.

Head teacher Patricia Sionecki said: “We are all thrilled, it is a very turbulent time in education at present and our students have performed remarkably well.”

Students at Bexleyheath’s Townley Grammar School celebrated this morning as 85 per cent of pupils achieved all A* to B grades in their GCSEs.

Almost 60 per cent gained A* and A’s at the Towley Road school.

And 81 per cent also achieved the English Baccalaureate.

Head teacher Desmond Deehan said: “Congratulations to all our students on their results.”

Blackfen School for Girls, in Blackfen Road, Sidcup, saw more than 95 per cent of its pupils claim five A* to C grades.

For more than 75 per cent of students, those five A* to C’s included maths and English.

Head teacher Matthew Brown said: “I am delighted with these excellent results. Our students have worked extremely hard and deserve the fantastic grades they have achieved.

“The results have been achieved due to a real team effort.”

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