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Following last week's superb A Level results, Pitsford School has excelled once again.  There was a real buzz at the School as pupils opened their GCSE results in Pitsford Hall, with 83.9% of all pupils achieving at least 5 A*-C grades.  A pleasing 31.8% of grades were awarded A or A*.

A school with an excellent reputation for Mathematics and Science, 65.5% of pupils gained A or A* grades in Mathematics with 55% of Pitsford School pupils securing A or A* in two or more Science subjects.

Pitsford School's highest achieving male pupil was Sam Tucker who was delighted with his 6A*s, 3As and a Distinction in ICT.  "The teachers at Pitsford School have been really caring and supportive and helped me achieve these grades.  I've been at Pitsford School since Year 7 and there's a real sense of community.  Now the wait for my GCSE results is over, I'll be studying Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Biology A Levels in the Sixth Form," added Sam.

Amber Parry was the highest achieving female pupil whose grades included 2A*s, 3As and a Distinction in ICT.  "It was quite scary opening my envelope this morning but I'm delighted with my results.  I've been at Pitsford School since Year 9 and am really looking forward to joining Pitsford School's Sixth Form.  I want to train to become a vet and the Sixth Form will be good preparation for university," said Amber.

Pitsford School's next Open Day takes place on Saturday 03 October between 10.30am and 1.00pm.  Come to our Open Day and see where Opportunity, Excellence and Understanding are always on the timetable.