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The Nottingham Emmanuel School celebrates GCSE Results

The Nottingham Emmanuel School celebrates its GCSE Results today.

Principal, Sandra Stapleton, said:

“The NES community is delighted to celebrate the achievement of our Year 11 students.  

“Throughout the pandemic this year group has overcome adversity and huge obstacles to achieve the results they pick up today. 

“Staff and students have shown resilience and perseverance and have remained focused even when they have had to work remotely. 

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“The whole NES community (including students, parents, teachers and support staff) have worked together to remove barriers to learning and provide excellent teaching alongside outstanding pastoral care. 

“We hope that the grades students receive today will have a positive impact on their life chances and enable them to continue their studies or take up apprenticeships.”

 

Charlotte achieved: Biology – 9, Chemistry – 9, English Literature – 9, English Language – 9, Geography – 9, History – 9, Maths – 9, Religious Studies – 9, Further Maths – 8, Physics – 8 and Media – L2 Distinction*. Her attitude to learning is always excellent; this coupled with her determination to achieve has led to her outstanding GCSE results. Personally, Charlotte has had a challenging couple of years including the loss of a close family member during the exam window.  

 

Oliver achieved: Computer Science – 8, Biology – 7, Chemistry – 7, Physics – 7, Product Design – 6, English Language – 6, Maths – 6, Religious Studies 6, English Literature – 5 and Media L2 Distinction. Oliver was placed on a ventilator in an induced coma in December 2022 having contracted COVID-19. He has continued to suffer symptoms of Long Covid throughout Year 10 and 11 leading up to his final summer examinations. Oliver has always stayed positive and motivated throughout this challenging time. He is continuing his studies at The Nottingham Emmanuel Sixth Form to study English Literature, Media, and IT. 

Head of Year, Oli Marsh, said: “I am immensely proud of every member of Year 11. After an extraordinary couple of years, this year group was certainly impacted the greatest in terms of time out of school due to the global pandemic.

“They have shown such commitment and dedication to their learning and as a result are seeing the rewards for that today.

“I wish each and every one of these students the very best of luck for the future and look forward to seeing the majority in our Sixth Form. They are a real credit to us as a school, to their families and to themselves.” 





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