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Bower Park Academy’s junior leadership team achieve 46 A*’s and A’s at GCSE

PUBLISHED: 11:18 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:08 25 August 2016

Bisola Lawal achieved 3 A* and 4 A's at Bower Park Academy

Bisola Lawal achieved 3 A* and 4 A's at Bower Park Academy

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Students, staff and parents have been celebrating at Bower Park Academy today after receiving their GCSE results.

Students were jumping for joy this morning after achieving fantastic GCSE results at the Academy, including the junior leadership team who achieved 46 A* and A grades between them.

The team, consisting of Jasmine Liddiard, Charlotte Archer-Gay, Bisola Lawal, Neha Asher, Nikola Leks, Emily Styrka, Lucy Campbell and Kira Grant were delighted when they opened their brown envelopes, at the school in Havering Road, Romford.

Mr Dixon, the headteacher, said he was delighted by the smiling faces this morning.

He said: “Students have worked extremely hard and we wish them well in their future courses.”

Eddie Aylett, the associate assistant head, said he was particularly pleased at the achievements in the arts.

He said: “I am extremely pleased with attainment and progress within Drama. As a department we have worked extremely hard.”

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