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Pedmore High School celebrates fantastic GCSE results

Students at Pedmore High School are now planning their futures after receiving a fantastic set of results today.

Mr Gareth Lloyd, Headteacher at Pedmore, said: “Our students have excelled in some of the hardest years young people have seen. It has been incredibly difficult to overcome the challenges of Covid, but our students have managed to continue to achieve through their tenacity and hard work.

“I am extremely proud of the dedication and determination shown by our Year 11s and their teachers, and thankful for all of the support given by parents and families. Despite the national drop in the number of top grades awarded this year, we are delighted that several of our students were able to achieve the highest grades.”

Whilst every student deserves praise for their hard work, several results stand out for many reasons.

Congratulations go to:

  • Alishbah for achieving 2 Grade 9s, 1 Distinction*, 4 Grade 8s and 2 Grade 7s.

  • Joel for achieving 1 Grade 8, 6 Grade 7s and 2 Grade 6s

  • Aqib for achieving 4 Grade 8s, 2 Grade 7s and 2 Grade 6s

  • Caitlyn for achieving 1 Grade 9, 1 Distinction*, 3 Grade 8s, 3 Grade 7s and a Grade 6

  • Isra for achieving 2 Grade 8s, 3 Grade 7s and 3 Grade 6s

  • Aliza for achieving 2 Grade 8s, 4 Grade 7s and 3 Grade 6s.

Mr Lloyd added: “We expected our results would broadly match those from pre-pandemic levels, and it is only with the help of our staff, parents and students that we have been able to close the gap.

“I would also like to offer my congratulations to some of our students that have made exceptional progress. They have gone above and beyond to secure results that exceeded all expectations.

“A huge well done to Mahrukh, Hibah, Owais, Amin, Subhan, Sulman, Lily, Elena, Izzy, Theo, Renae, Anisa, Aliza, Javeria and Libbi – well done!”

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