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Fred Longworth students make it five in a row for Tyldesley school
11:41am Thursday 22nd August 2013 in News
STUDENTS at one of the borough’s largest school, Fred Longworth High at Tyldesley are celebrating the school’s best ever set of results.
Ninety two per cent of of GCSE entrants achieved at least five passes at C or above, with over 70 per cent gaining at least five grade Cs or above including English and Maths.
This is the fifth successive year in which the school has beaten its previous best results and there were smiles all round as students celebrated.
With many students out-performing their targets, there was a flood of top grades and some stunning individual performances.
Among the high flyers were Sophie Atherton, Hannah Brown, Bradley Burns, Kyle Dean, Jessica Garrett, Emma Hetherington, Amy Jardine, Catherine Jones, Alice Lummis, Hannah Lysons, Katie Macafee, Daniel Partington, Beth Pavitt and Hannah Worden. These students achieved a massive total of 124 A and A* grades between them.
Every student who reached the end of Year 11 gained at least five A* - G grades.
Head teacher Mrs Jan Garretts said: “These results represent a good deal of hard work by staff and students alike and they all deserve congratulating. It is pleasing to see that results continue to improve year on year – setting quite a challenge for next year!
“Congratulations to the Class of 2013 and we wish all our students the very best of luck for the future.”
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