GCSE results 2014: The Palmer Catholic Academy

Students Julius Thompson, 16, Jared Palmer, 16, Vernesha Henry, 16, and Naomi McKenzie 16 celebrate

Students Julius Thompson, 16, Jared Palmer, 16, Vernesha Henry, 16, and Naomi McKenzie 16 celebrate their GCSE results at the Seven Kings school (Picture: Ellie Hoskins) - Credit: Archant

“Technical difficulties” have left The Palmer Catholic Academy in Seven Kings unable to disclose the proportion of its pupils meeting a national benchmark for GCSEs.

Head Frank Maguire said students had “achieved excellent grades” but the school did not know yet how many had got five A*-Cs including English and maths.

Twins Conor and Daniel McNicholas were among the many 16-year-olds across the country picking up their results today.

Between them they got two A*s, `14 As and four Bs.

Conor said: “I’m just happy that we’ve got the results now. It’s weird now that it’s finished.


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“The anticipation of getting the results is over and it’s a fantastic feeling.”

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