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GCSE Results: ‘Remarkable achievements’ by Year 11 Newark Academy pupils

Newark Academy, part of Nova Education Trust, offers huge congratulations to all Year 11 pupils on their GCSE results and for their hard work and determination in the run-up to the exams.

With the pandemic disrupting a signification portion of their secondary education, undertaking lessons remotely throughout national lockdowns and beginning their Key Stage 4 studies in COVID’s immediate aftermath, the class of 2023 have today received the results of their efforts.
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Charlie and Jasmine Curtis achieved amazing results across the board with a number of 7s and 8s between them. As twin sisters, they have worked incredibly hard together to achieve these amazing results and now go on to their first choice destinations to study Child Development.
Alex and Tyler both achieved excellent GCSE results with 7s and 8s across all subjects. A couple of very hard working young men with great futures ahead of them. Both have secured places at Newark Academy Sixth Form to commence A-Level studies.
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Ruby Price can be rightly proud of her GCSE results. Ruby secured 6s across the board which was above what she was hoping for. A great example of what can be achieved with hard work. Ruby will be staying in at Newark Academy Sixth Form to commence her A-Level studies.
Andy Seymour, Executive Head Teacher, said: “We’re delighted to see so many of our pupils secure the grades they need to move onto their preferred destinations.
“This, against a backdrop of continued disruption to learning and the removal of last year’s ‘safety net’ for pupils makes these achievements even more remarkable and are testament to their hard work and unrelenting commitment to secure the success we’ve seen today.”
Ash Rahman, CEO of Nova Education Trust, added: “Our young people have shown immense tenacity, resilience and have worked extremely hard to achieve their GCSE results, regardless of the more challenging grade boundaries and despite the significant disruption to their secondary education. I am so proud of each and every one of them.
“Our teachers and operational staff worked tirelessly to provide the best possible guidance and experiences for our pupils throughout the COVID period and beyond, and I would like to say a sincere thank you to all of them for their efforts.
“This is an exciting time for our young people as they make important choices for their futures and I would like to wish them every success in all their future endeavours.”

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