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WELL DONE: Year 11 students in Pinner celebrate excellent GCSE results

 Published on: 13th August 2021   |   By: News Bulletin   |   Category: Uncategorized

Year 11 students received their long awaited GCSE results yesterday on Thursday, August 12 with record breaking numbers of pupils achieving top marks. Haydon School in Pinner is one of the schools delighted with the examination results earned by pupils.

Following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards.

At Haydon School, in English 88 per cent of students achieved a level 4 (C grade equivalent) or above pass rate with 30 per cent achieving a level 7-9 (A*-A equivalent). In Mathematics 92 per cent of students achieved a level 4 or better pass with 49 per cent achieving a level 7-9.

The science department produced excellent results with 59 per cent of students achieving a level 7 to 9 in Chemistry; 58 per cent in Biology and an amazing 62 per cent in Physics.

Amongst the top performing students were Khushi, Anusan, Paul and Zara who all achieved top results.

Mr Jones (pictured), headteacher, said: “I am very proud of the results produced by our whole school community. Haydon School is a wonderful place to work and study and these achievements are testament to this.

“We know that the last 18 months have been a very challenging time for everyone and we are pleased that our students have still received an outstanding set of results which will ensure that they can move on to the next phase of their education and lives.”

Haydon School looks forward to the next academic year starting in a couple of weeks and welcoming students back for another successful year.

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