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GCSE results: Ursuline Academy Ilford’s Year 11s return bumper crop of top grades

PUBLISHED: 14:53 23 August 2019 | UPDATED: 14:53 23 August 2019

Ursuline students Charlotte Hazell,Safa Butt and Daniela Bradbeer  celebrating their GCSE results. Picture; UAI

Ursuline students Charlotte Hazell,Safa Butt and Daniela Bradbeer celebrating their GCSE results. Picture; UAI

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Staff and pupils at the Ursuline Academy Ilford are celebrating some “outstanding individual performances” in this year’s GCSE results.

Ursuline students  Kamile Karaliute and Savannah Arban celebrating their GCSE results. Picture; UAIUrsuline students Kamile Karaliute and Savannah Arban celebrating their GCSE results. Picture; UAI

In total, 80pc of exams sat by Year 11 students at the school in Morland Road, Ilford, returned Grade 5 or above and overall the school saw an increased number of grades at 7-9.

A spokeswoman for the school told the Recorder: "Ursuline are so proud of our girls and staff for their fantastic results for GCSEs this year.

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"There were some outstanding individual performances including Daniela Bradbeer with seven Grade 9s and four Grade 8s.

Ursuline students  Queenette Anad, Trisha Adzosiii and Chiamaka Umeh celebrating their GCSE results. Picture; UAIUrsuline students Queenette Anad, Trisha Adzosiii and Chiamaka Umeh celebrating their GCSE results. Picture; UAI

"Chiamaka Umeh with eight out of 10 at Grade 9.

"Of course, we are proud of all of our students not just those achieving the top grades.

"We look forward to welcoming the majority back to Ursuline for their studies in the sixth form."


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