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GTS pupils celebrate a fantastic set of GCSE results once again.

GTS has enjoyed a hugely positive morning celebrating the culmination of five years of hard work and commitment.  Pupils and staff have worked incredibly hard, not only through the Covid years but also throughout the rest of their tenure at GTS.


Once again GTS has bucked the national trend, which has seen grades reduced to levels last seen in 2019, prior to the pandemic. Results across the school have continued an upward trend, with 76% of exams being graded at the equivalent of grade 4, or above, which is significantly higher than the national average.


GCSEs at grade 5 and above have shown notable improvement, with 53% of pupils achieving strong passes in both English and Math’s, with over two thirds of the pupils gaining grade 4 or above in both these subjects.


Pupils, staff, and parents/carers at GTS should all be incredibly proud of all the hard work that has gone into achieving these grades.


It was a joy for staff and parents to watch pupils open their results, seeing the happiness on their faces, knowing they’re confident that they are able to move forward with the next step in their journey.


21% of pupils gained at least two grade 9 qualifications, with 44% gaining grades 7 to 9. Amelia Hammersley should be incredibly proud of her results, as she gained eight grade 9 and one grade 8 qualification.


GTS would like to congratulate all pupils on their personal achievements and wish them the best for their future. We hope you keep in touch, and that many of you will join our growing alumni.

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