GCSE results day: Smiles all round at Saddleworth

Date published: 12 August 2021


Saddleworth School staff admitted it was fantastic to see so many smiling faces this morning as pupils celebrated their GCSE results.

School headmaster Mike Anderson said: "We are absolutely delighted with the outstanding achievements of our students this year. 

"Despite the very difficult circumstances and the challenges of the last 18 months they've continued to work incredibly hard and have remained committed to their studies.

"Their positive attitudes, dedication and resilience have been truly inspirational.

"We are also incredibly grateful to our school community.

"Throughout what has been a very disrupted year, students have been well-supported by our staff and by our families who have worked tirelessly to ensure that students have continued to receive high quality learning and the help, guidance and encouragement they have needed. 

"We are immensely proud of all of our Year 11 students and are thrilled that they've received the grades they so richly deserve and are now able to progress onto the next stages of their education.

"We wish them the best of luck and look forward to seeing what they will achieve in future."

The top 10 performing students at Saddleworth included Josh Bruton (Deputy Head Boy), Jack Lewis, Katie Flook, Jack Sinfield (Head Boy), Joe Aston, Francesca Fox, Millie Meredith, Imogen Cox, Rosa Brierley and Isabella Cook (Head Girl).

Overall, Saddleworth students secured a brilliant 50 Grade 9s, 27 Grade 8s and 11 Grade 7s.


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