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This year’s GCSE results at Graham School show some positive outcomes with improvements in several areas.
Graham School Principal, Emma Robins, said “We are making definite progress, particularly in the arts subjects, PE and modern languages.
“This year’s exam results are in line with expectations and we have a clear direction for the coming year. Whilst we are clearly a school on a journey of improvement, I am confident that by continuing to work closely with colleagues across the Hope Learning Trust, York and by following a robust development plan, our results will continue to improve year on year.”
Individual Graham School students who have enjoyed great success across the board in their GCSEs this summer, include:
Ms Robins adds “It is wonderful to see individual students who have worked incredibly hard, achieving such good grades. I am sure that these students will be successful in their next steps whether at college or in the world of work.”
Graham School belongs to the Hope Learning Trust, which was initially founded by outstanding York schools, Manor CE Academy and Poppleton Ouesbank Primary. The Trust now also includes Barlby High School, Vale of York Academy, fellow Scarborough school, George Pindar and four other primary schools in York and North Yorkshire. Graham School formally joined Hope Learning Trust in March this year, although the school had been working in partnership with Hope since early 2018.