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Posted on: 20 August 2020

A Different GCSE Results Day

This year’s Results Day was rather different due to Covid restrictions, with students arriving half-hourly in tutor groups, but the excitement and delight of many was undiminished.

James Laight achieved 8 grade 9s and is also off to Bohunt Sixth Form to study Maths, Further Maths, Computing and Physics.  He said, “All my teachers really helped me focus on how to improve and were very motivational.”

Meetu Salah-Mates was thrilled with her results and is off to Bohunt Sixth Form to study Psychology, English Language and History.  She said, “I am so happy! I would like to thank all my teachers who helped me.”

Maddison Maguire gained 8 grade 9s, one grade 8 and 2 grade 7s and is off to Havant & South Downs to study Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Further Maths.  She said, “I would like to thank Miss Allen and all my teachers for being supportive and helping me achieve these results.”

Maddy Dawson was delighted when she opened her envelope and is going to Bohunt Sixth Form to study Classics, English Literature and Art.  She said, “I am so happy I could cry! I love TPS and have lots of brilliant memories of fun times and lovely teachers!”

Samantha Dale achieved 4 grade 9s, 7 grade 8s and one grade 7, and is off to Bedales to study Music, English Literature and Chemistry.  She said,  “I have fond TPS memories of the performing arts – music lessons and our fabulous musicals like “Oliver!” and “Fame”.”

Annabel Aston was pleased with her results and is going on to Bohunt Sixth Form to study Psychology, Sociology and Classics.  She said, “I am surprised and delighted with my grades, especially my 5 grade 7s, including German!”

Year 10 students also came to collect their impressive GCSE Statistics results, completed a year early, this morning.  And Year 10 student Harrison Fry achieved a grade 9 (equivalent to an A**) in Japanese a year early!  “I have been speaking Japanese with my mum all my life, but I had to learn how to read and write it.  The writing was the most difficult. I did mock tests, writing and reading, and submitted them.”