GCSE results so far

Students at Bennerley School on GCSE results day

Students at Bennerley School on GCSE results day

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STUDENTS in Ilkeston and district have been opening their GCSE results this morning.

Here are the breakdowns of results we have received so far.

Ilkeston Specialist Arts College

82 per cent of students received five A* to C grades (49 per cent including maths and English)

19 per cent of all grades awarded were at A* or A

36 per cent of students achieved three or more A* to A

Bennerley School

The school is celebrating the best results in its history.

69 per cent received A* to C grades – up by 12 per cent on last year.

Friesland School, Sandiacre

83 per cent of students received five A* to C. (60 per cent including maths and English – a jump of 13 per cent on last year)

All 222 students achieved at least one GCSE pass and the English Baccalaureate figure was 16 per cent

Michael House, Shipley

67 per cent received A* to C grades including English and maths

80 per cent of students received at least one C grade

Long Eaton School

Record results for school

85 per cent of students received five A* to C grades (53 per cent including maths and English)

More than 30 per cent of students gained three or more A and A* grades.

98 per cent achieved A* to G grades.

Kirk Hallam Community Technology and Sports College

80 per cent achieved five A* to C grades (61% inc English and maths)

99 pre cent received at least one A* to G grade

Heanor Gate Science College

The school celebrated its best ever GCSE results

82 per cent achieved five A*-C grades – a 10 per cent improvement on last year.

55 per cent of students achieved five A*-C grades including English and maths

98 per cent achieved five A*-G grades.

George Spencer Academy, Stapleford

The school celebrated the best results in the area.

100% of students achieved five A* to C grades (71 per cent including English and maths)

100% of students received at least eight grades from A* to G

Wilsthorpe Community College

94 pre cent achieved five A* to C grades (60 pre cent including English and Maths)

30 per cent were awarded four or more A*s or As