THE WAIT was finally over for GCSE students across Solihull when they received their results and got to see if all their hard work had paid off.
Pupils discovered if they had got the grades they needed to move onto sixth-form, college, other training or employment.
Solihull School has announced an ‘outstanding’ set of GCSE results, with 67 per cent of all grades at 9 to 7, 46 per cent of all grades at 9 to 8 and 24 per cent of all grades at 9.
Charles Fillingham, executive headmaster said: “This is an excellent set of results from a fabulous group of young people. The results also highlight the dedication and commitment of our staff.”
Summit Learning Trust
Results show that across the Trust’s schools – Ninestiles, Cockshut Hill School and Lyndon School in Solihull – learners have made significant progress in a number of subjects, including English and Maths.
This group of learners is the second cohort to take public examinations since the disruption of the pandemic.
Vince Green, CEO, Summit Learning Trust, said: “The Summit family are incredibly proud of our learners’ achievements this year.
“It is really pleasing to see that the huge commitment made by students and staff members has delivered exceptional outcomes despite disruption they have faced, with significant levels of academic progress being made by our young people.
“Thank you to our entire Summit family for this momentous team effort.