GCSE results 2014: Bassingbourn Village College
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The Bassingbourn Village College is celebrating its best set of GCSE results ever.
Students are celebrating after 74 per cent achieved five A*-C grades (including English and maths).
An impressive 37 per cent of all grades were marked at either A* or A level.
Headteacher Duncan Cooper said: “These results recognise all their hard work and their dedicated approach to their examinations. I would like to wish them all the very best in their future studies and I am sure they will enjoy celebrating their GCSE successes.”
Standout success stories include:
Elspeth Davies 10A*
Emma Lindsey 9A*
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James Stacey 8A*, 2A
Charlotte Steyn 8A*, 2A
Amy Piggott 8A*, 1A
Ivy Bailey 7A*, 3A
Hannah Foley 7A*, 3A
Alex King 7A*, 2A