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Top marks for Redden Court School pupils with ‘best ever’ GCSE results

PUBLISHED: 13:08 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 13:37 25 August 2016

Pupils at Redden Court School in Romford celebrating GCSE results

Pupils at Redden Court School in Romford celebrating GCSE results

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The headteacher and students at Redden Court School are celebrating their “best ever” GCSE results this morning.

Headteacher Paul Ward has said he is “very, very happy” with the A*-C pass rate of 75 per cent, including English and maths, at Redden Court School, Cotswold Road, Harold Wood.

He said: “We are absolutely delighted. These are our best ever results.”

With 60pc of the students achieving the English Baccalaureate, students will be jumping for joy as they plan their future.

This means students achieved a grade C or above at GCSE level across a core of five academic subjects – English, mathematics, history or geography, the sciences and a language.

Pick up a copy of the Recorder tomorrow for all our full report on GCSE results day.

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