Redbridge results: Seven Kings High School celebrate ‘stunning’ results

PUBLISHED: 10:17 30 August 2016 | UPDATED: 10:17 30 August 2016

Pupils at Seven Kings school receiving their exam results.

Pupils at Seven Kings school receiving their exam results.

Seven Kings School

Seven Kings High School pupils are celebrating another extremely successful year when it comes to their GCSE results.

Amid another impressive year for the school, in Ley Street, Seven Kings, the headline results were that 85 per cent of pupil’s had achieved five A*-C grades including maths and English, while 30pc of the school’s grades were A or A*.

The school was also incredibly pleased to reveal that 12 of its best and brightest had achieved only A* and A grades.

Tracy Smith, Executive headteacher at Seven Kings High School, said: “These results are stunning and will, yet again, place Seven Kings as one of the top secondary community schools in the country.

“This only happens because of the relationships and aspirations of the students, staff and parents.

“Yet again, we provide a legacy and commitment to securing ambitious futures for the young people of East London.”

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