Another successful year for GCSE results
Year 11 pupils at Campion school have performed very well and the vast majority will now go on to further studies in the school’s sixth form.
Jassa Panesar, Headteacher, commented, “The last two years have not been easy to say the least. Our Year 11 pupils have worked hard and consistently all year and fully deserve these results. However, this has been a huge team effort, in demanding circumstances, and I would like to congratulate our families and staff, who have stepped up during the pandemic to keep the school open, develop online learning and support our post-pandemic tuition. It has been an incredibly hard time for our Y11 pupils and I am very proud of the way they have responded to the challenges they have faced during the pandemic.”
Peter Forsey, Deputy Headteacher, who is responsible for pupil achievement at the school commented:
“I am very proud of the hard work and attitude of our students during the last three years of their GCSE courses and at how they have reacted to the many challenges they faced. This year group has produced some of the highest results we have seen at Campion and their grades are well deserved. They should be very proud of their successes and I know they will go on to even greater achievements in years to come”