Staff and students at Ely College, part of Meridian Trust, are celebrating another set of impressive GCSE results.
Simon Warburton, Principal of Ely College, said: “We are thrilled with the exceptional results our students have secured in 2023. Our Year 11 cohort of 212 students displayed a wonderfully mature attitude to their studies and preparation for their exams and I know they will be delighted with their grades this morning.”
Many of the college’s students are celebrating particularly strong results, including Izzy Lawes who achieved a sweep of ten grade 9s (the highest possible grade) across her subjects. Nicholas Greaves achieved 7 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and 2 grade 7s and Brooke Bibby and Juliana Poli each gained 6 grade 9s and 4 grade 8s. Tia Hill also secured 4 grade 9s, 5 grade 8s and 1 grade 7.
The college were thrilled with the progress made by Will Maltby, Cameron Wilson, Nathan Beech and Rose Burlton, who secured on average 2 grades higher than their prior attainment predicted.
Simon continued: “At Ely College, we are always striving to be an exceptional college for an exceptional community. The awarding of these wonderful GCSE grades, along with the best ever A Level and vocational results announced last week, should be a source of huge pride for all connected with the Ely College community. It was an absolute joy to share these results with our students this morning and we wish everyone the very best of success for their future careers.”
Richard Spencer, Executive Principal at Meridian Trust said: “Huge congratulations to everyone celebrating well-deserved success today. The students and their families should be very proud of all they have overcome to secure these results. Meridian Trust is very proud of the results secured by Ely College, and I’d like to extend my thanks to the wonderful staff who have supported our young people during their time at the college.”
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